Update the Flussonic Media Server package when a version with new features or with bug fixes is released. We recommend that you update Flussonic more or less regularly. You can revert the changes, if necessary.
Our blog keeps you updated about new versions: https://flussonic.com/blog
Updating Flussonic on Ubuntu
apt-get update apt-get -y install flussonic service flussonic restart
You need to restart Flussonic manually after updating (the last command in the example will do it).
The package manager can report changes to the
/etc/flussonic/flussonic.conf file. In this case we recommend that you save the already installed version by pressing the
The configuration file from the package will be saved in the file
/etc/flussonic/flussonic.conf.dpkg-dist. After examining the changes, you can delete it.
Note. The package
flussonic-transcoder is necessary to add only if you plan to use the CPU to perform transcoding. If you use Nvidia NVENC, no extra packages are needed.
Updating Flussonic on CentOS
Updating Flussonic on CentOS is done in the same way as installing:
bash yum -y install flussonic flussonic-erlang flussonic-transcoder
The package manager can create the file
/etc/init.d/flussonic.rpmnew. Rename it:
bash mv /etc/init.d/flussonic.rpmnew /etc/init.d/flussonic
Then restart Flussonic:
bash service flussonic restart