I am working in an environment where running up2date on a server requires a
change window. The window might start at 8PM, so I run "up2date -u" and then
after 10 minutes of downloading packages and 5 minutes of creating rollback
packages the installation will start, thus wasting 15 minutes of my window.
I would like to run up2date an hour before the window, have it perform it's
non-invasive operations (creating rollback packages and downloading the new
packages) and then ask "would you like to install the new packages [y/N]?".
This would save 15 minutes of the change window and allow the testing to begin
15 minutes earlier.
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