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Old 01-04-2011, 03:30 PM
Tony van der Hoff
 
Default unattended upgrades

On 04/01/11 15:58, Camaleón wrote:

On Mon, 03 Jan 2011 17:54:37 +0000, Tony van der Hoff wrote:


Can anyone explain why this happens? Should I upgrade phpmyadmin
manually?


Maybe you can run the script with a "--debug" flag ("unattended-upgrades
--debug") to get additional information :-?


Yes, excellent idea; thanks very much:


2011-01-04 16:13:25,539 INFO Initial blacklisted packages:
2011-01-04 16:13:25,539 INFO Starting unattended upgrades script
2011-01-04 16:13:25,539 INFO Allowed origins are: ["['Debian', 'stable']"]
2011-01-04 16:13:26,074 DEBUG Checking: phpmyadmin (["component: 'main'
archive: 'stable' origin: 'Debian' label: 'Debian-Security' site
'security.debian.org

' isTrusted: 'True'"])
2011-01-04 16:13:26,557 DEBUG pkgs that look like they should be
upgraded: phpmyadmin
2011-01-04 16:13:26,561 DEBUG <pkgAcquire::ItemIterator object: Status:
2 Complete: 1 Local: 1 IsTrusted: 1 FileSize: 2886534
DestFile:'/var/cache/apt/archiv
es/phpmyadmin_4%3a2.11.8.1-5+lenny7_all.deb' DescURI:
'http://security.debian.org/pool/updates/main/p/phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin_2.11.8.1-5+lenny7_all.deb'
ID:0 E

rrorText: '>
2011-01-04 16:13:26,561 DEBUG
check_conffile_prompt('/var/cache/apt/archives/phpmyadmin_4%3a2.11.8.1-5+lenny7_all.deb')

2011-01-04 16:13:26,577 DEBUG found pkg: phpmyadmin
2011-01-04 16:13:26,577 DEBUG conffile line:
/etc/phpmyadmin/lighttpd.conf ef1a1f7e66d667747c35401ec9b95c66
2011-01-04 16:13:26,578 DEBUG conffile line:
/etc/phpmyadmin/config.inc.php 3bd24b482a111251cdf006669de8390f
2011-01-04 16:13:26,578 DEBUG conffile line:
/etc/phpmyadmin/config.header.inc.php ff471619d3280ef72b7b0641bab4ba27
2011-01-04 16:13:26,578 DEBUG conffile line:
/etc/phpmyadmin/config.footer.inc.php f59a8fe4a05431392ad1ef4e0b36278f
2011-01-04 16:13:26,578 DEBUG conffile line:
/etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf 5affccaee04e73775e6fbcc9816837c2

2011-01-04 16:13:26,586 DEBUG pkg 'phpmyadmin' has conffile prompt
2011-01-04 16:13:26,595 DEBUG blacklist: ['phpmyadmin']
2011-01-04 16:13:26,854 DEBUG Checking (blacklist): phpmyadmin
2011-01-04 16:13:27,031 INFO package 'phpmyadmin' not upgraded
2011-01-04 16:13:27,272 DEBUG InstCount=0 DelCount=0 BrokenCout=0
2011-01-04 16:13:27,272 INFO No packages found that can be upgraded
unattended


Hmm, well, I can't pretend to understand this; but doing
apt-get install phpmyadmin upgraded the package.

A bit worrying, though, I rather hoped the security upgrades would be
performed automatically.


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Old 01-04-2011, 04:23 PM
Camaleón
 
Default unattended upgrades

On Tue, 04 Jan 2011 16:30:46 +0000, Tony van der Hoff wrote:

> On 04/01/11 15:58, Camaleón wrote:
>> On Mon, 03 Jan 2011 17:54:37 +0000, Tony van der Hoff wrote:
>>
>>> Can anyone explain why this happens? Should I upgrade phpmyadmin
>>> manually?
>>
>> Maybe you can run the script with a "--debug" flag
>> ("unattended-upgrades --debug") to get additional information :-?
>>
> Yes, excellent idea; thanks very much:

(...)

(leaving just -what I think- is the relevant part)

> 2011-01-04 16:13:26,586 DEBUG pkg 'phpmyadmin' has conffile prompt
> 2011-01-04 16:13:26,595 DEBUG blacklist: ['phpmyadmin']

(...)

> 2011-01-04 16:13:27,272 INFO No packages found that can be upgraded unattended
>
> Hmm, well, I can't pretend to understand this; but doing apt-get install
> phpmyadmin upgraded the package.
>
> A bit worrying, though, I rather hoped the security upgrades would be
> performed automatically.

Well, my wild-guess (never used this package before) is that this
concrete update requires some "user-intervention" (maybe because it asks
you some questions about what to do with the configuration files
-replace/update- or something like that... dunno :-?), so in this case,
the update cannot be done automatically.

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Old 01-04-2011, 04:34 PM
Tony van der Hoff
 
Default unattended upgrades

On 04/01/11 17:23, Camaleón wrote:

On Tue, 04 Jan 2011 16:30:46 +0000, Tony van der Hoff wrote:


On 04/01/11 15:58, Camaleón wrote:

On Mon, 03 Jan 2011 17:54:37 +0000, Tony van der Hoff wrote:


Can anyone explain why this happens? Should I upgrade phpmyadmin
manually?


Maybe you can run the script with a "--debug" flag
("unattended-upgrades --debug") to get additional information :-?


Yes, excellent idea; thanks very much:


(...)

(leaving just -what I think- is the relevant part)


2011-01-04 16:13:26,586 DEBUG pkg 'phpmyadmin' has conffile prompt
2011-01-04 16:13:26,595 DEBUG blacklist: ['phpmyadmin']


(...)


2011-01-04 16:13:27,272 INFO No packages found that can be upgraded unattended

Hmm, well, I can't pretend to understand this; but doing apt-get install
phpmyadmin upgraded the package.

A bit worrying, though, I rather hoped the security upgrades would be
performed automatically.


Well, my wild-guess (never used this package before) is that this
concrete update requires some "user-intervention" (maybe because it asks
you some questions about what to do with the configuration files
-replace/update- or something like that... dunno :-?), so in this case,
the update cannot be done automatically.



Thanks for replying, Cameleon, but as I said, apt-get install just did
it effortlessly. No interaction required.


I suspect it's a bug, but I don't know enough to report it...

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Old 01-04-2011, 06:20 PM
Camaleón
 
Default unattended upgrades

On Tue, 04 Jan 2011 17:34:40 +0000, Tony van der Hoff wrote:

> On 04/01/11 17:23, Camaleón wrote:

>>> 2011-01-04 16:13:26,586 DEBUG pkg 'phpmyadmin' has conffile prompt
>>> 2011-01-04 16:13:26,595 DEBUG blacklist: ['phpmyadmin']
>>
>> (...)
>>
>>> 2011-01-04 16:13:27,272 INFO No packages found that can be upgraded
>>> unattended
>>>
>>> Hmm, well, I can't pretend to understand this; but doing apt-get
>>> install phpmyadmin upgraded the package.
>>>
>>> A bit worrying, though, I rather hoped the security upgrades would be
>>> performed automatically.
>>
>> Well, my wild-guess (never used this package before) is that this
>> concrete update requires some "user-intervention" (maybe because it
>> asks you some questions about what to do with the configuration files
>> -replace/update- or something like that... dunno :-?), so in this case,
>> the update cannot be done automatically.
>>
>>
> Thanks for replying, Cameleon, but as I said, apt-get install just did
> it effortlessly. No interaction required.

No prompts asking you about when using "apt-get upgrade"? Weird, because
that was what the log said and the package gets blacklisted because of
that :-?

> I suspect it's a bug, but I don't know enough to report it...

You can open a bug report for the involved package ("unattended-
upgrades"), instructions are here:

http://www.debian.org/Bugs/Reporting.en.html

(...)

Look, there was a similar bug for the Ubuntu package:

https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/unattended-upgrades/+bug/336558

Whose debian change log¹ says it was solved in... "unattended-upgrades
(0.55ubuntu1) lucid; urgency=low" and lenny has... 0.25! Oh, well...

¹ http://packages.debian.org/changelogs/pool/main/u/unattended-upgrades/unattended-upgrades_0.62.2/changelog

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Old 01-04-2011, 08:51 PM
Simon Hollenbach
 
Default unattended upgrades

> > Thanks for replying, Cameleon, but as I said, apt-get install just did

> > it effortlessly. No interaction required.

>

> No prompts asking you about when using "apt-get upgrade"? Weird, because

> that was what the log said and the package gets blacklisted because of

> that :-?

>

Hi folks,

I just wanna say that I experienced the same behaviour but as it was my desktop I quickly said:'I really want those installed' and then it worked without user interaction, exactly as described right here. Please post a link to the filed bug report.



Bye

Simon
 
Old 01-05-2011, 11:50 AM
Camaleón
 
Default unattended upgrades

On Tue, 04 Jan 2011 22:51:51 +0100, Simon Hollenbach wrote:

>> > Thanks for replying, Cameleon, but as I said, apt-get install just
>> > did it effortlessly. No interaction required.
>>
>> No prompts asking you about when using "apt-get upgrade"? Weird,
>> because that was what the log said and the package gets blacklisted
>> because of that :-?
>>
> I just wanna say that I experienced the same behaviour but as it was my
> desktop I quickly said:'I really want those installed' and then it
> worked without user interaction, exactly as described right here. Please
> post a link to the filed bug report.

I cannot open a bug report because I don' have the program installed,
it's you (the ones experiencing the problem) who should do it >:-)

If my findings are correct, the problem is in the script itself and the
package should be updated... but being for lenny (stable), I'm not sure
if that is possible.

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