On a couple of servers we are considering moving from Apache to Nginx software. Nginx has several streams available corresponding to different versions - 1.14 being the default, and 1.20 the latest available. No problems so far.
We are likely to use the nginx:1.20 stream. However, this has made me wonder that if a stream for the next version (nginx:1.22) is created, how would I know about this? Running 'dnf update' is only going to look at our (1.20) enabled stream. I can only think that running 'dnf module list nginx' would show the new stream, but that would have to be run on a regular basis. Are new streams announced anywhere?
As a second question, is it possible to simply run something like:
dnf module reset nginx dnf module enable nginx:1.22 dnf update
in order to 'patch' our current nginx set up from the 1.20 version to 1.22?
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