All available server updates were applied. All had important ones and were rebooted except to dev servers, but none had any so important as the PHP update that broke a couple websites last week.
All available updates were applied to servers. No time for a joke — busy, busy busy! PS: the updates to PHP broke OPN and CURep. In addition to reconfiguring Apache httpd, a new build of Xapian and its PHP bindings was required to fix the issue. All is well now.
All available server updates were applied to … you guessed it … servers! They all had to be rebooted because of one or another. A few servers got some pretty intense updates. It was an exciting time to be a server admin.
All available server updates were applied. Only Ubuntu servers had any, and those were deep, so all the Ubuntu servers were rebooted. The RHEL/CentOS servers had no updates available, so I’ll let them age another week at least before they get a reboot.
All available updates were applied to servers. Not all had updates, but the ones that did had updates to rather important web-related packages. All updated servers were rebooted.
All available server updates were applied. Many had only an old kernel removal. I rebooted all but two dev servers (which had no changes at all), because an old kernel package removal triggers a boot loader reconfig even though the old kernel isn’t being used.
All available updates were applied to servers. Many had none and only a couple had to be rebooted.
All available server updates were applied. Many servers did not have any, and those that did were minor. Only a couple of them needed to be rebooted, and even on those that was probably not strictly necessary. My fingers just did it anyway on those because they were bored from not typing “reboot”.
All available updates were applied to servers. Still waiting on all of them to get a critical update to systemd. Systemd. Sucks. Just like Pulse Audio, both of which are spearheaded by the same loser who can’t adhere to the simplicity and isolation principle of the unix/linux world, which keeps those operating systems AWESOME.
All available updates were applied to servers. For about a month since the last run, there were surprisingly few. Some servers even had none. Guess all the programmers took off for the holidays. Bet next week will be juicy.