Just started working with a Debian Jessie (8) in a production environnent. While presently deployed it is not seeing any heavy use yet. I was looking at the OS LTS page, and I was thinking about how convenient it would be to just upgrade it before is start seeing some more steady use in our environment and possibly making things more complicated with a later upgrade.
I was looking for a procedure to upgrade from Debian v.8 to v.10 but most documented procedures are sequential in order (e.g. 8 -> 9, or 9 -> 10).
My question: should I upgrade sequentially, or there is some proper documented way to skip a main version while upgrading?