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This page describes what to do in case of an Icinga alert. For more information you could search the govuk-puppet repo for the source of the alert

reboot required by apt

This check indicates that some packages have been installed but cannot be activated without rebooting the machines.

The check contains a list of apps that require a reboot (click into the warning for the list)

See the rebooting machines for what to do.

If there are a high number of machines requiring a reboot, including ones that are not part of database clusters (such as Mongo and MySQL machines) there may be a problem with the locking mechanism.

Check if this is the case using Fabric:

fab <environment> all locksmith.status

If there is a lock in place it will detail which machine holds the lock. You can remove it with:

fab <environment> -H <machine-name> locksmith.unlock:"<machine-name>"

Machines which are safe to reboot should then do so at the scheduled time.

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