[CentOS-devel] Why are Spacewalk packages removed from CentOS?
msuchy at redhat.com
Thu Jan 21 13:46:34 UTC 2010
Marcus Moeller wrote:
> An option would be to include all packages from the newly created
> Spacewalk $ver-client repo, e.g.:
Not in CentOS5 since recent this version require python-dmidecode which
is not in RHEL and therefore probably in CentOS.
> For Fedora, the plan is to bring these packages to the main tree, and
> most of them are already there.
Yes, I'm preparing them. Ale mentioned packages are already there. Bunch
of others are on the way.
> As Miroslav already stated that these packages won't hit
> rhn.redhat.com I do not thing that should be a big problem.
Recent upstream version will not hit accidentaly rhn.redhat.com
That version included in RHEL will do that by default.
But these change:
is only one which are required to prevent from accidental check of
So my recomendation is: take this patch and apply it on current rhel5
package and include all of them in CentOS.
> Setting up an own repo for the 'server' part of Spacewalk within the
> CentOS Space does not make much sense imho and would cause overhead.
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