So I decided to update my Kali Linux to 2.0 using the dist-upgrade command and obviously having the official mirrors from the Kali website. It was over a GB of data that needed to be downloaded, so I waited for it to finish. When the downloading part finished it started unpacking and installing the files It just downloaded, but I then accidentally stopped the process and that was it. I didn't want to download everything again so I just rebooted the laptop.
Now I am running Kali Sana and it is working smoothly and everything "seems" to be fine at the moment. I just wanted to know if the fact that i stopped the process will affect how Kali will run in the future. And if it will affect it, please tell me what i should do about it.