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We highly recommend that you perform all of these steps on a test system before making changes to your production server -- that way, you can minimize downtime by knowing what all to expect.
One of the reasons I’ve liked Debian in the first place was the advantage of being able to do a live, in place updates from one major release to another, usually in a safe way.