[Yum] Information about using groups

O'Brien, Kevin Kevin.OBrien at sonyconnect.com
Mon Apr 17 23:05:03 UTC 2006


I was thinking of adding groupremove rm-grp to yum-daily.yum on all
systems and then adding packages to rm-grp as needed.  That way I don't
have to make changes to the individual files.  One possibility would be
to finally get cfengine running and push out new yum-daily.yum files as
needed, but that seems like more work than necessary.

It looks like yum-queue was something that was worked on before that
would have fulfilled this purpose.  Whatever happened to that effort?

-=Kevin=-

-----Original Message-----
From: yum-bounces at lists.dulug.duke.edu
[mailto:yum-bounces at lists.dulug.duke.edu] On Behalf Of seth vidal
Sent: Monday, April 17, 2006 2:27 PM
To: Yellowdog Updater, Modified
Subject: RE: [Yum] Information about using groups

On Mon, 2006-04-17 at 14:21 -0700, O'Brien, Kevin wrote:
> I'm trying to avoid having to run yum remove <pkg> on 300+ servers
> individually.  I looked at yum-shell and I didn't see how I would
easily
> be able to remove a package on all servers arbitrarily.  If I'm wrong,
> could you point me in the direction of where to look for information
on
> how to get this going?

How do you propagate the: yum groupremove 'foo' command?

However you're planning on running that command you can use the same
mechanism to run the remove command.

take a look in /etc/yum/yum-daily.yum

if you can push out a change to this file you could get the things done
you wanted to do.

-sv


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