Uberspace 7 manual


Uberspace is a hosting platform targeted at people who want to look behind the scenes, do things we didn’t anticipate and generally prefer working with a text-based console. Our objective is to not only host the content you’d like to see on the web, but also to introduce you to Linux and basic shell usage.


If you’re looking for guides and how to install certain tools like Ghost and WordPress check out the ⚛️ Uberlab!


Latest Version: 7.7.9 (2020-10-14)


  • Apache workers are now restarted after a number of requests to ensure the web sever’s RAM usage does not grow unreasonably fast. This increases stability overall.


  • PHP errors for accounts were logged globally by accident. They are now never logged globally. But still user-local, if the user enables them.

For more information see the full changelog.


Sometimes the version shown on your host may be higher than the newest version here. In this case we might have applied additional fixes shortly after a release or did internal changes without user impact. We deem updates like these hotfixes and they are not necessarily included in this changelog.