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Typically this kind of entire system upgrade entails a huge amount of planning, dry runs, down time loss estimations. In addition to lots of caffeine to release the tension caused by all the nail biting edges the experience puts one through.
In this case, we decided that we need to upgrade the server and we’d devote some time this Sunday and that’s that. No more planning than saying “we’ll get the thing done!”. Cocky! IMO. But we were only dealing with the world’s most stable and most advanced (In many ways) platform and we’d enough experience to be so lethargic about not making those painstaking plans.
We started a bit late, but we started (unlike other days).
# apt-get update && aptitude dist-upgrade -y
The first thing, we did was to ensure a backup of the most important parts of the disk was taken and stored offsite. Took us about 2 hours. Then the initial run itself went pretty smooth and we’ve had most of the system replaced by newer versions. But there were a couple of packages, which had some issues. Turned out that the customisation that were done on the configurations of those packages – Amavisd-New, Proftpd weren’t compatible with the newer versions.
But that was soon solved by slight
1 hour straight. Some questions asked. All tougher questions parried, prayed to god and hoped for the best. But the whole upgrade process was so Debianish!! Always reliable! Always works!!
Overall, we now have a spiffy and snazzy new operating system and an ecosystem of programs serving out very interesting, intellectual and colloquial thoughts to anybody who simply seeks from any corner of the world. Don’t miss out!!
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An interesting and different, non-technical narration of the upgrade experience. Nice!
Upgrading live debian server with such an ease – it was almost an unbelievable run.