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teknik:guider:unattended_upgrades_on_rhel [2018-03-02 09:06]
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teknik:guider:unattended_upgrades_on_rhel [2019-04-11 18:11] (aktuell)
stemid [Keeping track of updates installed]
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 When you then update your system manually you run ''​yum update -C''​ because the ''​-C''​ argument restricts your updates to those that have been downloaded and nothing else. So in essence you have a list in your inbox of all the updates you're installing when you use this argument. When you then update your system manually you run ''​yum update -C''​ because the ''​-C''​ argument restricts your updates to those that have been downloaded and nothing else. So in essence you have a list in your inbox of all the updates you're installing when you use this argument.
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 +====== Regular reboots ======
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 +If you're not doing manual updates with yum -C to use the cache, then I'd suggest you also set your server to automatically reboot regularly.
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 +As long as it's being monitored this should not be an issue and it's not far from what they'​ve been doing for Windows servers already. We Linux server admins need to bury our uptime-pride and just get with the update program.
teknik/guider/unattended_upgrades_on_rhel.txt · Senast uppdaterad: 2019-04-11 18:11 av stemid