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System switched to Asterisk 13.26 on its own?

(Mvogel4949) #1

I had a system that was at 13.22. There was a scheduled power outage. when the system came back up it was at 13.26. Is that even possible? Or is the only option I am wrong about the system being at 13.22?

(Lorne Gaetz) #2

13.26 was available in the standard repo for 2ish business days back about 7-8 weeks ago. Your system did a ‘yum update’ during that window (possibly automatically), and you would see evidence of that in /var/log/yum.log. Asterisk was not restarted at that time, so it continued to run the previous version until recently when the power outage caused the system (and Asterisk) to restart.

(Mvogel4949) #3

Thanks Lorne. Would the yum update have run only if I had Check for System Updates set to Yes?

(Lorne Gaetz) #4

It would only have run automatically if “Automatic System Updates” was set to “Enabled”. Obviously it can be run manually from the GUI or CLI at any time.

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