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revised Debian: How do I check the last time package upgrades/updates were run?
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comment Debian: How do I check the last time package upgrades/updates were run?
@wolfgangsz You're right. By what I can see in my system, these files are rotated monthly. So, if your last upgrade was more than a month ago (or if you are in the beginning of a month) you might have to look in the previous files.
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comment Debian: How do I check the last time package upgrades/updates were run?
And, being low level, you can't know if the actions logged by it are the result of an apt-get install xxx or apt-get upgrade or even an dpkg -i xxx.deb. For finding out when you ran package upgrades, it's better to look into APT's logs.
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