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Question Healthy upgrade path from 8.04 to 10.04, ISPConfig 2.2.25

I've searched quite a bit and see people with issues 9.10 to 10.04. Scares me a little bit to upgrade my system.

My server is still at 8.04LTS, Hardy Heron with ISPConfig 2.2.35. My goal is to remain on the LTS, and even though security updates are supposed to maintain for 5 years, staying current LTS would be preferred.

Has anybody tried the Hardy -> Lucid upgrade path yet with ISPConfig? What headaches/snags did you encounter? Did you find any problems that are still not resolved?

My laptop is Lucid, upgraded from Karmic and went fine, but no ISPConfig to contend with and only a few months of changes instead of almost 2 years worth.

Hopefully someone has some insight in LTS upgrades in mind.

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