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Questions tagged [unattended-upgrades]

Automatic package upgrades on APT based systems

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Confusion between Xenial and Sylvia in Unattended-upgrades

I am trying to get Unattended-upgrades to work on my Linux Mint 18.3 (Sylvia) system, without success. My etc/apt/apt.conf.d/50unattended-upgrades is standard: Unattended-Upgrade::Allowed-Origins { ...
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Kali linux unattended-upgrade does not work

It looks like unattended-upgrade does not invoke apt-get update. After I run apt-get update unattended-upgrade works as expected, but that defeats the purpose of using unattended-upgrade. $ sudo ...
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List service as failing only after a certain duration

My Debian systems have unattended-upgrades installed, which installs security upgrades automatically, once per day. I also have a Nagios check that reports whether upgrades need to be installed. In ...
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unattended upgrades removes packages

I've got unattended upgrades configured on my system. Every so often emails come in that a reboot is required. Yesterday after I rebooted my system to complete an upgrade, only to find that mysql-...
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debian unstable crash

Debian unstable, running in an nspawn container on Debian Jessie, crashed. On the host: $ sudo systemctl status systemd-nspawn@unstable-srv ● systemd-nspawn@unstable-srv.service - Container unstable-...
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Debian: Failed to stop unattended-upgrades.service

Running a Debian 9 (stretch). During every installation/removal of a package I get the following error thrown Failed to start unattended-upgrades.service: Unit unattended-> upgrades.service failed ...
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By enabling automatic security updates on CentOS/RHEL 7 how can I control the rest?

If I enable automatic security updates via "update_cmd = security" in "/etc/yum/yum-cron.conf" how am I able to control the "default" behavior of the other packages?
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unattended-upgrades ignoring origins

I would like unattended-upgrades to upgrade security packages only, hence I configured /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/50unattended-upgrades as follows: Unattended-Upgrade::Allowed-Origins { "${...