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Re: Updating Packages Question



It will restart the service. Per example if you up2date openssh to new
release it will save new config to /etc/ssh/sshd-config.rpmsave and it will
restart sshd.



On 10/13/05, Rik Herrin <rikherrin yahoo com> wrote:
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> Thanks Alberto. That means that I should be able to
> safely set up up2date and it won't touch my
> configuration files. However, when would it started
> using the new binary (the one that came with the
> update)? On reboot? Or would it shut down the current
> binary that is running and start up the new one?
> Thanks for your time...
>
> > They arent overwrited. If up2date find changes in
> config files, it saves the new one as rpmsave.
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