Automatic updates include all perf SONAR, operating system and third-party packages.Enabling this feature will help keep the latest security fixes on the system, but keep in mind it is possible some updates may break your host unexpectedly.Just like any other host on your network, it is critical to stay up-to-date with the latest packages on your perf SONAR Toolkit.You will want to make sure you have the latest security fixes as well as the ability to take advantage of the great new features constantly being added to the tools.Enabling this feature still requires close monitoring of the host to make sure all updates are applied completely and properly.The commands in the previous sections control updates for the entire system.
As soon as you close the text editor, you will see a line reporting the successful merge of the file you just changed.
Be sure to watch release notes and this page when such cases arise.
You may choose to enable automatic updates to aid in applying the latest software packages to your system.
If you want to leave automatic updates on for base system packages, but would like to just disable the perf SONAR updates you can do so by following the steps in the previous sections and editing the file /etc/yum.repos.d/perf with the option enabled set to 0.
You need to provide code that performs an update to stored data whenever your module makes a change to its data model.