Hello everyone, I got a gitlab from a client running a totally outdated 12.x version and with a miner running on it, to solve the problem I killed the miner, cut off internet access and generated a backup of gitlab and installed it in another instance. Due to being such an outdated version I had to upgrade from version to version and today I am at version 14.4.2, all installed using apt with the command: sudo apt-get install gitlab-ee=14.4.2-ee.0 removed from gitlab/gitlab-ee - Packages · packages.gitlab.com
Now to prevent the server from becoming completely out of date again, I would like to put a script to update packages via apt automatically 1x a week, as I do with clients without a contract, the problem is that when I do an apt-get upgrade --download-only , I see that gitlab tries to push version 14.5.0-ee.0.
I would like to know if there is any way I can make gitlab only deliver via apt upgrade only the 14.4.x family security packages and if I need it, I install 14.5.x and it only applies security updates!
I say this because in several new software we suffer from bugs that can impact the entire company and I would not like to leave without updating at all, as they have no infrastructure, gitlab will be 2 or 3 years without updates until another failure of security is discovered and another miner or something worse breaks in!
Thank you in advance for everyone’s help.