Hello @mrmarkuz, so for the moment every NS7.4 box should put a hold on updates, how can we know when it’s safe to update, also, this is to every NS7.4 user reading this. An network admin should read and pay careful attention to updates, read the change-logs (
yum update --changelog) and so on, moreover, it’s good practice to do a full backup of NS VM before doing upgrades.
I have yum-cron installed on all my NS7 KSM, and after get notified with this massive update, first thing I did was do backup, create a zfs snapshot and then upgrade, after that I ran
need-restarting, rebooted, did
journalctl -p 3 to watch for errors, and open the NS Dashboard. After seeing that firewall was down I disable external NIC and start it to look for problems, after that I did a KVM restore and went here to report.
@zimny remember that this is a community project free of charge. If you want to avoid this kind of problem why don’t you pay a subscription.