Greetings Ubuntu Community,
sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade to update my 22.04 LTS install. I typically run the command a couple times throughout the week. I've noticed though for over a week now that some phased updates are still being kept back, but this has been unchanged for over a week now. They were phased at 80% last I checked last week, but have now been stuck on 0%. Anyone able to shed any light or insight into this would be most appreciated.
When running the update command, here are the packages currently being phased and held back:
The following packages have been kept back: libnss-systemd libpam-systemd libspeechd2 libsystemd0 libudev1 python3-speechd speech-dispatcher speech-dispatcher-audio-plugins speech-dispatcher-espeak-ng systemd systemd-oomd systemd-sysv systemd-timesyncd udev
Normally, I can check the phased progress with
apt-cache policy so in this case I'll pick the
systemd-oomd package, but any of the above packages can be substituted too of course.
scott@ubuntu:~$ apt-cache policy systemd-oomd systemd-oomd: Installed: 249.11-0ubuntu3.4 Candidate: 249.11-0ubuntu3.6 Version table: 249.11-0ubuntu3.6 500 (phased 0%) 500 http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu jammy-updates/main amd64 Packages *** 249.11-0ubuntu3.4 100 100 /var/lib/dpkg/status 249.11-0ubuntu3 500 500 http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu jammy/main amd64 Packages
As you can see it's phased at 0% and has been that way since last week. Earlier last week it was around 80% when I last checked, so I'm wondering what, if anything, might be going on? Just very curious as this is my first time using Ubuntu again in many years. Thank you for any help!