[Yum] Specific OS Version
wdierkes at 5dollarwhitebox.org
Wed Nov 3 17:24:31 UTC 2010
This is an interesting question for me, as it is something I've been struggling to figure a way around. In our environment we are locking boxes to the latest EUS/zStream release. Once we approve the next EUS release, we then modify the base channels for said boxes in RHN to subscribe to the next supported point release.
What I'm trying to possibly figure out is... how to cleanly support that model with Yum repositories. For example, in the previous comment it was mentioned to replace '$release' with '5.4' .... however, should the box move from '5.4' to '5.6' EUS yum would be 'broken' or atleast, pointing to the wrong repo.
I guess what I'm getting at is... it would be very handy in supporting EUS to have a variable similar to $release but that supports the full Major.Minor release version of RHEL that can be used in Yum configs... like $full_release.
On Nov 3, 2010, at 3:19 AM, Ljubomir Ljubojevic wrote:
> You can change repository links to instead of $release use 5.4. You will of course have to make sure that you only use repository servers that have separate 5.0, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5 folder branches beside regular 5 folder branch.
> Visit repositories via web browser and you will understand what I mean.
> Ward.P.Fontenot at wellsfargo.com wrote:
>> Is there a way to lock yum to a specific operating version? I have an application requirement to stay at RHEL 5.4.
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