When and if I upgrade, I will be doing it by compiling the system from
source (buildworld or what it's called) according to:
For the installworld and mergemaster steps, it's strongly recommended
to drop into single user mode. However, since my server is in a data
center, it's a bit of trouble to do so (requires the "boss" there to
hook up some sort of keyboard-input over a web browser application).
I'm wondering if for the upgrade from 7.0 to 7.1 it would be OK to NOT
drop into single user mode during these steps.
On Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 4:36 AM, Bill Moran <wmo...@potentialtech.com> wrote:
> Nerius Landys <nlan...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Ascertaining what security holes will affect your system is complicated.
>> > If you have to ask this question, then I recommend that you apply all
>> > security updates immediately and always assume that every vulnerability
>> > is a potential problem for you.
>> Because 7.0 updates will no longer be made about a month from now, I
>> guess this means that I should upgrade to 7.1?
> That would be my opinion. The good news is that you have a month to
> plan and schedule the upgrade, and the change from 7.0 to 7.1 is pretty
> minor. I upgraded 3 systems with no manual intervention aside from
> Bill Moran
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