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Old 01-19-2023, 08:55 AM   #1
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Question Can I implement Ubuntu LivePatch on Enterprise and still use our local on-prem APT Repo Mirror?


Enterprise of 40+ Ubuntu 22.04 LTS servers.
8 servers (4 pairs) cannot now be rebooted anytime due to break in another service (customer facing) using them, which itself cannot be paused - strange but that's what the business says.

Have on-prem Ubuntu APT Repo Mirror syncing from Ubuntu using apt-mirror.

Can we subscribe to use LivePatch and still use our on-prem local APT Mirror for the patching (all via yaml)?

Have asked Ubuntu/Canonical on LiveChat/phone call but they are struggling to give an answer.

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