In a cluster, the update needs to be put in on one cluster node solely. The new version is then routinely deployed to all different cluster nodes (causing a brief amount of downtime for the monitoring on the cluster nodes, one after another). auto-update-packages mechanically checks for bundle updates each 6 hours by default. If any updates are available, it installs them and notifies you by way of OS X Notification Center.
In the Auto Update tab in Netsparker Standard, you’ll be able to enable every day auto updates for Netsparker improvements and features. You can also obtain Netsparker’s offline installer to update the newest model manually from right here.
For most folk, these aren’t working hours (but for some, it may be!). Starting from April 22, we’ll roll out auto-updates from Plesk 17.0 to Plesk 17.8 which can concentrate on server safety and feature fixes.
I would strongly advise …