O/S : Linux
Perform Operating System update on the current server.
[ -v -h ]
[ -d 0-9 ]
[ -r ]
- You can schedule execution of this script via the web interface.
- The result of the O/S update can always by seen on the O/S Update Schedule Status page
- Script is use to apply all pending Operating System update on the current system.
- This script can be executed only by the 'root' user (or with sudo).
- No question will be asked when running this script.
- It support Redhat, CentOS, Fedora, Ubuntu, Debian (family) and Raspbian.
- To prevent a SADMIN server outage, no automatic reboot will be performed on the SADMIN server.
- Remember that every SADMIN script produce a 'log' and an 'rch' file, that you can consult afterward.
- The name of these files are shown at the screen output (See examples below).
- The content of these files can be viewed from the command line or from the web interface.
Example of screen output when running the script on a CentOS system..
Example of screen output when running the script on a Ubuntu system..
Example of screen output when running the script on a Raspberry Pi system..
    An exit status of zero indicates success
    Failure is indicated by a nonzero value, typically ‘1’.
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- Specify debug level (0-9).
Value of 0 indicate that no debug information is to be displayed.
- Reboot server after update.
- If some update were applied.
- If 'Reboot after O/S Update' field is set to "Yes" for the server in Database.
- Display this help and exit.
- Output version information and exit.
- EXIT STATUS
- SEE ALSO