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This is a variation on the solution Antonis Christofides provided. It is tested and works for me. I avoided using ignore_errors in the check command. Otherwise it generally takes the same approach. - name: Check if packages need to be autoremoved command: apt-get --dry-run autoremove register: check_autoremove changed_when: False - name: Autoremove ...
I had the same exact problem in Ubuntu 14.04. The solution: Download rlwrap from http://packages.ubuntu.com/lucid/rlwrap Direct Link Install it sudo dpkg -i rlwrap_0.34-2_amd64.deb Install nodejs sudo apt-get install nodejs
Probably your system is trying to get packages from testing/unstable. Try this sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install rpcbind -t stable
it would be nice to know what commands broke your replication, but I suppose, the mysql_upgrade script would be that rogue. If yes, you can rebuild the mysql package, adding to the post install script a --skip-write-binlog (this is not needed after 5.6.7) But normally I never would just apt-get upgrade a server which is in production, stop the slave, ...
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