Re: how to view config file changes without running an upgrade?
- Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2018 14:25:51 +0100
- From: Hans <hans.ullrich@xxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: how to view config file changes without running an upgrade?
Yes, that is how I do it, too.
First of all, all edited config files by me are copied to *.orig .
Doing so, I know, that these are the one of the package).
After I edited them, I copy the edited file to *.backup
Doing so, I know, these are the last edited files.
It happens, that I test some configs. After edited to testing needs,
I copy these to *.backup1 or *.testing1
Doing so, I know, they are only used for a short time and the application have
to be watched.
A good way (IMO) is also to copy a config file to *.date, like i.e.
*.21032018, so I know, these are changed at 21st March 2018.
For me, this bahaviour is working well, as I can always return to every point
Happy hacking and good luck!
> To the OP (and all), it is probably obvious to all concerned, but, just as
> reminder, being uncertain about whether the upgrade process proceeds as
> described above ("halts and presents a prompt ..."), I would make a backup
> of the modified conf file and store it somewhere safe (rename and or move
> to a directory).