Plesk 8.2.0 Update vorhanden

Für die Komponenten Base packages of Plesk und German language pack stehen seit einigen Tagen Updates zur Verfügung.
Die Installation verlief Problemlos.

Plesk v8.2.0 build82070807.17 for SuSE-10.1 i386 Release Notes

# Kaspersky Antivirus Module for Plesk
Plesk 8.2 now comes with Kaspersky Antivirus solution, which allows scanning mail traffic and filtering specific types of attachments. Kaspersky Antivirus is highly customizable and efficient

# New Auto-installer 3.2.0
The new version of Plesk Auto-installer offers improved error reporting and RedHat up2date support.

# New site applications format
The new site applications format is open and can be used by individual software developers, ISV and HSP for packaging their own applications. It makes Plesk a platform on SaaS market. Plesk delivers a number of site applications in new format and keeps supporting old format applications for a while.

# Sitebuilder Administration Module v. 4.0
Plesk comes with the new Sitebuilder Administration module which allows Plesk control panel users to manage Web sites in the latest version of Sitebuilder.

# Upgrade of Horde and its components
Horde and its components that come with Plesk were upgraded to the latest stable versions.

# Custom sources for operating system updates can be specified through command line utilities
Now it is possible to specify through Plesk’s command line utilities the repositories that Plesk must use for updating and upgrading operating system components.

# Server administrator can force addition of a prefix to database names
Server administrator can force addition of clients’ names to the beginning of database names.

# Piping Web server logs
Now server administrators who host numerous Web sites (more than 300) can enable log piping to ensure stability of hosting services.

# Upgrade of Ruby and its components
Ruby and its components that come with Plesk were upgraded to the latest stable versions.

# Bugfixes
A lot of major and minor bugs were fixed.

Quelle

update oder never touch a running system

Was soll ich machen?
Zurzeit läuft der blog unter Suse 9.3 und grundsätzlich habe ich keiner Probleme mit dem System. Jetzt hätte ich die Möglichkeit das System auf Suse 10.1 neu aufzusetzen.
Da ich schon immer ein Spielkind war juckt es mir schon in den Fingern! Aber es ist natürlich auch schon ein ganz schönes Stück Arbeit. Blog und auch Fotogalerie müssen komplett neu aufgesetzt werden.
Was würdet Ihr machen? Weiter laufen lassen, oder dem Spieltrieb folgen?