Actualizacion del servidor

Hello. I have Hestia on a Debian server and my query is:
Is there a problem every time I update Debian?
Should I constantly do?
Or is it not necessary?

I also use Debian and I have no problem that I know of. I will check later though. Still haven’t tried out Hestia 1.4.5

What does usually break?

I have all debian virtual ones configured with automatic unnatended upgrades (only security upgrades).

With the latest version of hestia (1.4.5) and everything fine :slightly_smiling_face:

Yes, You should always update your OS however when updating you should always verify what your are doing.

Thanks for the answers.
eris: what do you mean by you should always check what you are doing.

If during update is asked to “update nginx.conf” you should always press no. To often happens that users can’t use Nginx any more because the default has overwritten Hestia nginx.conf version

When doing apt update the following comes out:
E: Repository ‘Index of /apache2/ buster InRelease’ changed its ‘Suite’ value from ‘’ to ‘buster’
N: This must be accepted explicitly before updates for this repository can be applied. See apt-secure(8) manpage for details.
Do you want to accept these changes and continue updating from this repository?

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doesnt sound like anything wrong, so you can accept that change.

Actualice Debian y no acepte los cambios de Nginx: y me hoy me llego un correo con el siguiente asunto: MySQL connection error on servpcspa.com
y Mensaje: Can’t connect to MySQL localhost
ERROR 2002 (HY000): Can’t connect to local MySQL server through socket ‘/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock’ (2)

Que hago? Me pueden ayudar por favor

I can’t help you Claudio because I don’t know the solution, the development team doesn’t speak Spanish.

If you want help I suggest you write in English

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Just ignore it. v-update-sys-rrd-mysql checks every 5 min if mysql is running + fetches some data if not it throws an error…

If so ignore if the server is running. During the upgrade the mysql stops running for a short moment…

Ok, Gracias