@Ethan Yes, the "All upgrades installed" message is still misleading.
Note however that there are two modes of u-u you can operate in on
shutdown and they are picked by setting Unattended-
When it is set to True u-u runs to completion (unless it times out after
In the other case (set to false) shutdown gracefully terminates u-u with
the current fixes possibly (and probably) not installing every update.
In that case the message is clearly misleading.
I'm updating the message, but I believe that this is how u-u is expected
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unattended-upgrades does not block shutdown of system, as it is
Status in OEM Priority Project:
Status in OEM Priority Project xenial series:
Status in apt package in Ubuntu:
Status in unattended-upgrades package in Ubuntu:
Title: No pop-up window to warn users that system should not reboot or
shutdown while installing security updates
No pop-up window to warn users that system should not reboot or shutdown
while installing security updates
1. trigger unattended-upgrades
2. reboot or shutdown system while installing packages
Expected results: There is a pop-up window to warn users that system
should not reboot or shutdown
Actual results: There is no pop-up window to warn users
$ apt-cache policy unattended-upgrades
$ lsb_release -rd
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