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    Tuesday, June 09 2020, 09:33 PM - #Permalink
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    It could have come through auto or manual updates, but bear in mind nightly auto-updates should have completed in the west coast of the USA before the package was released. It could affect as far as Australia and New Zealand for auto updates. You can tell from the webconfig IP Settings screen where the app version on the right will show 2.7.11, or by checking your yum log or by doing:
    rpm -q app-network


    It has nothing to do with the app-network-map.

    It is worth bearing in mind that I've been using a slightly earlier version, app-network-2.7.8 for many months now on my production server and 2.7.11 is better. Most people will not notice it. It is mostly only people who have an external VLAN interface who will be affected and this is a much rarer use case.
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    Tuesday, June 09 2020, 08:26 PM - #Permalink
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    Would this have come through via auto-updates? And to be clear, this is not the same as app-network-map-core?

    John
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