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NAME

       debspawn-update - Update a container image

SYNOPSIS

       debspawn update [-h|--help] [--variant] [-a|--arch] {SUITE}

DESCRIPTION

       Update a container base image. This achieves the same thing as running apt update && apt
       full-upgrade on the base image and making the changes permanent. Additionally, debspawn
       update will prune all caches and ensure all required packages and scripts are installed in
       the container image.

       Running debspawn update on the images that are in use about once a week ensures builds
       will happen faster, due to less changes that have to be done prior to each build.

EXAMPLES

       Updating images is easy, you just pass the same arguments you used for creating them, but
       use the update subcommand instead:

                          $ debspawn update sid
                          $ debspawn update --arch=i386 cosmic

OPTIONS

       -h|--help
           Print brief help information about available commands.

       --variant
           Set the variant of the selected image, that was used for bootstrapping.

       -a|--arch
           The architecture of the base image that should be selected.

SEE ALSO

       debspawn-create(1), debspawn-build(1).

AUTHOR

       This manual page was written by Matthias Klumpp <mak@debian.org>.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2018 Matthias Klumpp