On Tue, 9 Nov 2004, Kenn Humborg wrote:
> You missed my point. I'm talking about the question of "what
> happens if the upgrade is interrupted". I'm saying that the
> situation should always be recoverable by running the upgrade again
> (yum, apt, anaconda, whatever). I never said that the
> half-upgraded system would be bootable or functional, so getting to
> the point of using yum or apt to fix it up could be tricky :-)
Aye, well my view of upgrading might be slightly coloured by only
ever having done apt upgrades (and manual rpm -U <gigantic command
line> upgrades before apt was around). The CD boot anaconda upgrade
would have an advantage in that respect.
But apt is so much more convenient, with CD/net boot of anaconda
installer as a reserve in case of disaster, that I'll continue to use
Paul Jakma paul at clubi.iepaul at jakma.org Key ID: 64A2FF6A
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