On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 06:20:10AM -0000, sudodus wrote:
> The tests of Ubuntu Yakkety current daily and the previous daily (dated
> 20161003) have similar results after the night. The biggest files in the
> casper-rw partition are apt cache files, as described in post #29. But
> there are also some pyc (python cache?) files and I found even an
> but I think this is just keeping the system up to date without
> installing updated versions of program packages from the repositories.
> See the attached file from the test based on the previous daily (dated
> 20161003), which would have 'more incentive' to do unattended upgrades,
> because more packages have changed is the iso file was created.
> So it seems to me that the bug is fixed for Yakkety but not for Xenial.
> Do you think so too, Brian?
That's correct this is fixed in Yakkety but not yet in Xenial. I
confirmed this today by booting a Yakkety Live CD and inspecting
/etc/apt/apt.conf.d/50unattended-upgrades and observed that the security
pocket is disabled. Additionally, I checked
the code which changes 50unattended-upgrades and it was executable.
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