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Question Multiserver OS Upgrade Ubuntu 9.04->10.04LTS

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I have 2 servers, I know that when upgrading ISPConfig I have to do the slave first then the primary.

However, now I need to update the OS, does the same apply here?

Has anyone come across anything unexpected? I have already noted that during the upgrade I should not allow it to remove/update any configuration files.
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For the operating system update, the order does not matter in my opinion. One thing that might be useful is to comment out the server.sh cronjob in the root crontab. To do this, run the command:

crontab -e

and add a # in front of the line for the server.sh script. Thats just to ensure that ispconfig is not writing any config files changes during the system update. After you updated the system, remove the # again.
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For the operating system update, the order does not matter in my opinion. One thing that might be useful is to comment out the server.sh cronjob in the root crontab. To do this, run the command:

crontab -e

and add a # in front of the line for the server.sh script. Thats just to ensure that ispconfig is not writing any config files changes during the system update. After you updated the system, remove the # again.
Thanks, a useful bit of info
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