Hello. I've been prompted to install ~85 new packages since 3 days ago. I tried to upgrade the system tonight and run into a potential problem, for which I request some advice (since upgrades gone wrong have previously broken my system).
I'm on gnome, so before I update/upgrade, I disable extensions (often also tweaks). I then switch to tty, log in and "sudo pacman-mirrors -f" followed by "sudo pacman -Syyu".
Tonight my connection to the new mirror list that was generated was extremely slow. 4 mirrors (the first ones on the list, which are supposedly the ranked fastest to slowest as far as I've read) failed to download community.db before the 5th one succeeded.
At that point I realised that maybe the connection was in no condition to do an 80-package-upgrade without issues, so after the database was synced I declined the system upgrade (selected "n" on the [Y/n] dialog).
I then shut down the computer. Now I would like to try again tomorrow or the day after, but what would the best course of action be?
Repeat my usual steps (-mirrors -f && -Syyu)?