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Old 28th August 2012, 15:19
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Default Function Update OS not working

Hi everybody,

After a while I'm coming back here to clarify another doubt of mine.

I'm running ISPConfig3 Version Multiserver setup on 7 Debian 6.0 servers (VM's), and trying to use the function update OS.

I read that the update perform an "aptitude -y upgrade", and here I'm used to use "apt-get -y upgrade", I know it doesn't have any difference but I changed on the ISPconfig scripts the lines where it was written aptitude for apt-get.

After changing that I went to the update OS function and selected All servers to do it. But only the master server and a database server were updated, and the others remains not updated.

Does anyone has ever used that function with success?
Am I missing some previous config to use it?

Thanks guys! ;D
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