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proposed update from system
Hi all, an “apt update” says me that are update to php from 8.1.13 to 8.1.14
Is safe to update?
In theory, if you stay within a major version of php (like 8.1, 8.2), that shouldn’t change anything with the support of certain applications. If you upgrade to a different version, e.g. from 8.1 to 8.2, it’s good to check before, e.g. NC 25 would not support php 8.2 (https://docs.nextcloud.com/server/stable/admin_manual/installation/system_requirements.html), Nextcloud 26 probably will (Support PHP8.2 · Issue #32595 · nextcloud/server · GitHub).
Such bugfix updates should be regularly installed, so you have all bug and security fixes on your public server. Personally, I have never seen problems with such updates.
Updated, no problem seen; except that the system alerted me that php.ini was modified, so I kept the modified version (mine)
Instead, I found alot of problem with configuration, now I’m examinig what’s going on: further update late
it was my bad in php(ini) config files: all went well