Linux patch management: How to back out a failed patch

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Linux patch management: How to back out a failed patch

A good patch management plan always includes a good patch backout plan.
Sreejith Anujan
Tue, 11/10/2020 at 5:57pm

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Keeping servers up to date is one of a system administrator’s primary responsibilities. However, updates do not always work the way you expect, so it’s equally important that you know how to a) revert a patch to get the server back to the previous state and b) apply patches in subsets to get more flexibility.

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