42.3 is trying to update to Tumbleweed by itself

I have Leap 42.3 and I’m quite OK with it. Yesterday, it said there are 1600+ updates for my system. I’ve got to console and said “zypper up” to see details. And then I saw, that the system is trying to switch my Leap to Tumbleweed.
No packets/distro updates were applied (except patches with new kernel 4.14, which ruined my system btw, had to rollback to old kernel).

What could be the reason of such auto-switch and how to return to 42.3 back?

That will be because you’ve introduced a TW repo (perhaps inadvertently). Please report back with your repo list and wait for further advice.

zypper lr -d

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Possibly by using a “One Click Install”, you need to be careful with those.

Did you install with a btrfs filesystem for / ? If so, you can boot a previous snapshot.

:good:Thank you! You were right - I used “one click install” once and picked up the extra-repo:

zypper lr -d|grep -i tum
 8 | http-download.opensuse.org-26c6228a | openSUSE:Factory                            | Yes     | (r ) Yes  | Yes     |   99     | yast2  | http://download.opensuse.org/tumbleweed/repo/oss/  

After removing it the problem was gone. Thanks a lot! I’m sorry for being so stupid and forgetting obvious things)

PS: no btrfs in the system

Think of it as a learning opportunity. Good to read that you’ve managed to sort it. :slight_smile:

I’m glad you posted this, as I had the exact same issue last night. I’m new, so had no idea what happened when i booted this morning. How exactly do I roll back to the old kernel?