Unattended upgrades

Anyone else seeing this output:

Unattended upgrade result: All upgrades installed

Packages that attempted to upgrade:

krb5-locales libk5crypto3 libmariadb3 linux-image-amd64 psmisc

Packages with upgradable origin but kept back:

php-twig

Package installation log:

Log started: 2021-10-20 06:06:29

Preparing to unpack …/libmariadb3_1%3a10.3.31-0+deb10u1_amd64.deb …

Unpacking libmariadb3:amd64 (1:10.3.31-0+deb10u1) over (1:10.3.29-0+deb10u1) …

Setting up sympl-core (10.20211003.0) …

Shadow passwords are now on.

I: Hostname is example.default.example.uk0.bigv.io

SSL set 1: Not valid for example.default.example.uk0.bigv.io – certificate has expired (10)

SSL set 2: Not valid for example.default.example.uk0.bigv.io – certificate has expired (10)

SSL set 3: Not valid for example.default.example.uk0.bigv.io – certificate has expired (10)

SSL set 4: Not valid for example.default.example.uk0.bigv.io – certificate has expired (10)

SSL set 5: Not valid for example.default.example.uk0.bigv.io – certificate has expired (10)

SSL set 6: Not valid for example.default.example.uk0.bigv.io – certificate has expired (10)

SSL set 7: Not valid for example.default.example.uk0.bigv.io – certificate has expired (10)

SSL set 8: Not valid for example.default.example.uk0.bigv.io – certificate has expired (10)

Current SSL set 13: signed by /C=US/O=Let’s Encrypt/CN=R3, expires 2022-01-02 04:10:08 UTC

E: Repository ‘http://repo.bytemark.co.uk/operations/3ware-raid/master/latest/stretch ./ Release’ changed its ‘Label’ value from ‘Debian 44169 packages from repo.bytemark.co.uk’ to ‘Debian 238050 packages from repo.bytemark.co.uk

E: Repository ‘http://repo.bytemark.co.uk/operations/hp-raid/master/latest/stretch ./ Release’ changed its ‘Label’ value from ‘Debian 44170 packages from repo.bytemark.co.uk’ to ‘Debian 238052 packages from repo.bytemark.co.uk

dpkg: error processing package sympl-core (–configure):

installed sympl-core package post-installation script subprocess returned error exit status 100 Setting up libmariadb3:amd64 (1:10.3.31-0+deb10u1) …

Processing triggers for libc-bin (2.28-10) …

Errors were encountered while processing:

sympl-core

Log ended: 2021-10-20 06:06:35

Unattended-upgrades log:

Checking if system is running on battery is skipped. Please install powermgmt-base package to check power status and skip installing updates when the system is running on battery.

Initial blacklist :

Initial whitelist:

Starting unattended upgrades script

Allowed origins are: origin=Debian,codename=buster,label=Debian, origin=Debian,codename=buster,label=Debian-Security, o=MythicBeasts, o=Debian,n=buster, o=Debian,n=buster-updates, o=Debian,n=buster-lts, o=Debian,n=buster,l=Debian-Security

Any Error Messages

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Will manually updating php twig screw anything up?

Environment

  • Sympl Version [10.0]:
  • Sympl Testing Version? [No]
  • Debian Version [Buster]:
  • Hardware Type? [Virtual]
  • Hosted On? [Bytemark]

No. That should be fine - it’s a dependency for phpMyAdmin in Buster backports, and the updated version from backports should be fine.

You may want to also do an apt update and accept the changes to the old Bytemark repos also, or just remove them if you’re running on BigV as you shouldn’t need raid drivers or anything from them.

TVM for your kind response Paul.

After running apt-update I get the following output:

php-google-recaptcha/buster-backports 1.2.4-3~bpo10+1 all [upgradable from: 1.2.4-1~bpo10+1]
php-phpmyadmin-motranslator/buster-backports 5.2.0-1~bpo10+1 all [upgradable from: 5.0.0-1~bpo10+1]
php-phpmyadmin-shapefile/buster-backports 2.1-5~bpo10+1 all [upgradable from: 2.1-3~bpo10+1]
php-phpmyadmin-sql-parser/buster-backports 5.4.1-1~bpo10+1 all [upgradable from: 4.6.1-2~bpo10+1]
php-twig/buster-backports 2.14.3-1~bpo10+1 all [upgradable from: 2.13.1-1~bpo10+1]
phpmyadmin/buster-backports 4:5.0.4+dfsg2-2~bpo10+1 all [upgradable from: 4:4.9.5+dfsg1-2~bpo10+1]

Are any of these upgrades likely to break Sympl?

Not as far as I’m aware - they’re separate packages, and look to be related to the phpmyadmin package pulled in from buster-backports