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Old 6th May 2013, 23:22
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Hi Guys,

I have configured ISPConfig 3 to lastest version last month or two and I have a lot of updates in monitor tab and in the future there will be more and more updates. So if I run apt-get update and after that upgrade and there is for example upgrade for postfix, clamAV, mysql, ... can it break my server with ISPConfig? If so, can I run re-sync of updated components via ISPConfig and it take correct actual configuration for my server?

Understand me that only what I want is to upgrade everything and keep it working.

Guys how you handle upgrades and keep stable system with components of ISPConfig?

Thank you for clarification.

MyKE
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