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Should I wait to Upgrade

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by brittbratt, Feb 6, 2015.

  1. brittbratt

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    Hey I am noticing there is an update but I see there are many issues should I just want to upgrade till it auto does it or can I disable auto upgrades
     
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    It's set to update on the 10th I just don't want anything to go wrong
     
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    What is set to update on the 10th? cPanel doesn't have options to update on the 10th. Automatic, or Manual are the options. And, cPanel updates runs every night on your server, even if there are no updates to update to.

    If you're concerned about updates, please be sure your cPanel update settings are set to STABLE tier.
     
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    This is what I see - Removed -
     
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    @ brittbratt,

    Yes, mine also same and i'm waiting for autoupgrade.
     
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    Tom Risager Well-Known Member

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    Switch to the STABLE tier if you are concerned. You can always switch back to RELEASE again if you get impatient :)
     
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    Ah, thank you for the additional Info. You're on LTS, so to answer your question, yes. Feel free to wait.
     
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    Ok thanks I just don't want my whole a site to break so on the 10th will it auto upgrade I just switched the setting to stable
     
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    You might want to stay with LTS instead of moving to STABLE.

    Your sites shouldn't break during updates.
     
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    I want to get the latest features so I'll let it do the upgrade on the 10th and if needed all I have to do is open a support ticket
     
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    Hello,

    The 11.48.0.8 release contained a problem with restarting MySQL. We have addressed the problem with 11.48.0.9.
     
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    Thanks c: you guys are the best with the support and welcoming members
     
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