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RE: apt-get upgrade no service restart

Hi Rafael,

>> How is it possible that one system will not see the update until last 
>> night when I have been running the update cycle each night and all my 
>> systems use the same uplink?
> >From the log:
>> Preparing to replace libssl1.0.0:amd64 1.0.1e-2+deb7u6 (using
>> .../libssl1.0.0_1.0.1e-2+deb7u7_amd64.deb)
> You were upgrading to the version that I just released last night - perhaps the other machines ran apt-get update before it was released so they didn't see it.

Aha, I assumed this was the same ssl upgrade I had seen on my other systems last week. I now see this is the upgrade from deb7u6 to deb7u7.

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>> Why did the apt-get update NOT restart the services? How can I find out?
> Services are never automatically restarted due to library updates, you need to do that by hand. Some times, restarting services might be proposed.

Ok, I assumes the restarts were allways done as last week several ssl upgrades did service restarts for me.

> The message in the log is just libssl1.0.0 checking for services that might need to be restarted to get the Heartbleed bugfix applied. Had it found any, it would have proposed you to restart them.
But that is funy because the checkrestart command that I issued right after found several services that needed restarting. But maybe they did not need a restart just for hartbleed?

Bonno Bloksma

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