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Re: [] Project vservers - are you keeping them up-to-date?

Hi Denis,

Could you please share a pointer on the process for updating to 11.3?
I want to update a server running 11.2 but I quickly run into what seems
to be this [1] issue.



Le 25/09/2014 17:36, « Denis Roy » <denis.roy@xxxxxxxxxxx> a écrit :

>If your project owns a virtual server (vserver), we're expecting you to
>keep it up-to-date.  This is important to ensure the security of our
>network, services and other systems.
>If your server is SuSE Entreprise, we've likely enabled it for automatic
>updates, but OS upgrades must be performed manually.  The current SuSE
>Entreprise is SLES 11 SP3; anything else is vulnerable to numerous SSL
>flaws, as well as yesterday's horrendous bash vulnerability.
>If you're logged into your vserver, you can confirm you're at the latest
>patch level like this:
>root@server # cat /etc/SuSE-release
>SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (x86_64)
>root@server:~ # zypper patch
>Refreshing service 'nu_novell_com'.
>Loading repository data...
>Reading installed packages...
>Resolving package dependencies...
>Nothing to do.
>If you are not using SLES 11 SP3, and do not have all the latest
>patches, your project vserver is a problem.  Please update it, or back
>it up and request a new image file.
>Thank you for looking into this.  We realize maintenance on these
>vservers is boring, and you'd prefer to do anything else, but it's part
>of having a system accessible to the nastiness of the Internet.
>If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at
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