[Yum] new packages not showing up
Alexander Gray II
grayaii at gmail.com
Mon Nov 18 13:42:58 UTC 2013
James, you nailed it. Once I added metadata_expire_filter=never everything
Thanks so much. I was pulling my hair out trying to figure this out.
On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 12:46 AM, James Antill <james-yum at and.org> wrote:
> Alexander Gray II <grayaii at gmail.com> writes:
> > I have 4 machines. When I upload a new rpm my repo, only 1 out of the 4
> > machines shows the new package is there. The other 3 do not. The only
> > difference that I see is that the 3 machine that do not find the new
> > package the yum version is 3.4.3. The one that works is 3.2.29.
> > yum --config=/var/build/repos.conf --disablerepo=*
> > list foo-278-1
> > All 4 machines find it. yay!
> > Now repeat the process. Unfortunately only 1 machine (yum version
> > says there is a new version of my package.
> > It would seem that the 3 machines that have 3.4.3 is cache'ing when it's
> > not supposed to.
> tl;dr run: yum makecache fast
> You probably want to read the documentation for the new
> config. option metadata_expire_filter ... which you are probably
> hitting. Basically most people when running simple read-only
> commands like "list", much prefer "fast" over "very accurate, but
> sometimes can hit the network and be much slower".
> You can change this config. to "never", if you prefer the old
> James Antill -- james at and.org
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