Thorsten Kukuk wrote:
Sorry, but we tell since ages that you have to check after update
for *.rpmsave and *.rpmnew files. If you ignore that for month, it's
not my fault if a long prepared, announced and well tested update
breaks your system.
If you ignore *.rpmsave and *.rpmnew files for weeks this can happen
to you every day again with any other version update.
Well, as a start, a change that supposedly makes your system unusable usually
forces the new config in and creates a *.rpmsave. Didn't happen for this one.
And *if* this checking is so crucial, why doesn't zypper (or whatever you run
to update the system) do this check and at least print out a warning at the
end that config files have unresolved changes? It also checks for processes
using deleted files, so this would only be straight forward....
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