Maybe the upgrade is not yet finished ? Internet cube with Lime1 are slow (512MB of ram…).
Or maybe, the others packages upgrade took more than 1 hour, and when the cron task has tried to run the upgrade of ssowat, yunohost-admin and moulinette package, the apt process was already in use… In this case the upgrade is reported to the next hour.
Note the upgrade attempt of these packages is run at each start of hour
I have in consequence done the manual upgrade from the server (after ssh connection) : apt-get update apt-get upgrade
However, when the following lines appears : Préparation du dépaquetage de .../git_1%3a2.1.4-2.1+deb8u5_armhf.deb ... Dépaquetage de git (1:2.1.4-2.1+deb8u5) sur (1:2.1.4-2.1+deb8u4) ... Préparation du dépaquetage de .../hostapd_1%3a2.3-1+deb8u5_armhf.deb ...
I lost the connection (I was connected to internet using wireless through the internet cube / la brique internet)
Through the following link https://[my-sub-domain].nohost.me/yunohost/admin/#/services I have the following services inactive: php-fpm and nsswitch. Is that normal?
Furthermore, where I am trying to reach the following pages:
I connected to my server (to my Internet Cube through my LAN network as my wireless connection was broken), and I performed the command : apt-get dist-upgrade
I got the following result : # apt-get dist-upgrade Lecture des listes de paquets... Fait Construction de l'arbre des dépendances Lecture des informations d'état... Fait Calcul de la mise à jour... Fait 0 mis à jour, 0 nouvellement installés, 0 à enlever et 0 non mis à jour.
Is that normal that nothing new was supposed to be upgraded?
So I decided to reboot my server. I performed the following command : reboot
Was it correct? isn’t it too ‘violent’ to reboot properly a server?
Now, everything is working :
I can reach the following pages without error
the php-fpm service is running (although nsswitch is still inactive)
Should I still perform the initial command : apt-get dist-upgrade
If yes, why should I?
Thank you in advance for your explanations, which help me to better understand the ecosystem
Nope, especially since we’re trying to not look “too french” to not make non-french people run away It’s okay to re-poke people in case you’re waiting to long for an answer
Maybe Does yunohost --version correctly shows 2.7.x now ? If not, can you make sure that you did an apt-get update before ?
I suppose it’s a bit violent, but not as bad as people would think I guess ¯\(ツ)/¯. However, in the Linux world, you should be aware that rebooting the machine to attempt to magically solve issues (like a lot of people do, due to previous experiences in the Windows world) is usually not necessary / not the right way to proceed .
Well if everything is working, I guess you shouldn’t Though you shoud definitely check the yunohost version to make sure everything is alright