Updating to 4.3 fails - apt-get says I'm up to date on 4.2.13-1?

I’m not sure why the install documentation appears lacking when incremental updates are required before moving to 5… or any other major release.

When I use the following commands to update the repo, my apt-get command still says I’m running the latest graylog instance.

wget https://packages.graylog2.org/repo/packages/graylog-4.3-repository_latest.deb

dpkg -i graylog-4.3-repository_latest.deb

apt update -y
apt install graylog-server -y

I get the end result output of:
graylog-server is already the newest version (4.2.13-1).

How do I get my Ubuntu server to see the 4.3 upgrade if I have the latest repo installed and it still says I’m up to date?

Have a look in the file in your apt-sources in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/:

$ cat graylog.list 
deb https://packages.graylog2.org/repo/debian/ stable 4.2

change that 4.2 to 4.3 and you will have the next version.


Thanks for that - my graylog.list file was empty. Uninstalling the 4.3 repo latest.deb file and reinstalling it still left this file empty. Not sure exactly what the install of this file should do - but I’m guessing it SHOULD update this graylog.list file with the proper repo, since after I added it manually as you instructed - my update and upgrade commands work and it’s currently updating to 4.3 now.

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