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Web Gateway release 10.2.12 or 10.2.13 or 11.1

Hi Team,

Currently, I am running OS 10.2.10 in our Web Gateway appliance and I am aware that, there is a vulnerability on 10.2.10 which I am going to upgrade to 10.2.12 instead 10.2.13 because 10.2.13 was just released and I am not sure what is stability on it. So is it the correct way I do it? or i should upgrade to 10.2.13?   also, wanted to know, is it any high severity vulnerability on 10.2.12?

second question what is the difference between 10.2.x and 11?x OS of Web Gateway ? is it 11. x are stable versions?





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Re: Web Gateway release 10.2.12 or 10.2.13 or 11.1

There are release notes showing the differences between 10.2.12 and 10.2.13. The 10.x branch is the main release, whereas the 11.x is the "controlled" release (more leading edge than main), but both are stable.  Just remember, when you upgrade, you cannot downgrade easily.


If you want to upgrade to the latest 10.2.13 code (or whatever the latest version is), the commands are:

yum clean all
yum upgrade yum && yum upgrade

If you want to upgrade to a specific version (10.2.12 in this case). there's one more command to add:

yum clean all
mwg-switch-repo --sticky 10.2.12
yum upgrade yum && yum upgrade

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