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comment How urgent is a *** System restart required *** for security?
Thanks for all the help here. I finally combined all the things I've learned here into one command: xargs aptitude changelog < /var/run/reboot-required.pkgs | grep urgency=high (added it to the initial question as well) which gives some output as to which packages have highly urgent patches. After that, individual packages can of course be inspected. Thanks a million for all the answers and ideas!
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comment How urgent is a *** System restart required *** for security?
@nyuszika7h - Awesome! That gives some insight! One more question though. When I view this for the linux kernel, there is a massive list of commits which I stopped scrolling after about 5 minutes. They are grouped into security risks being low, medium, and I suppose high (I have only seen low and medium). Is there a way to only output the high (and maybe critical?) commits?