[CentOS-devel] moving the CR repo into mainstream release

William Hooper whooperhsd at gmail.com
Tue Nov 1 12:12:04 EDT 2011


On Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 10:15 AM, Karanbir Singh <mail-lists at karan.org> wrote:
>
> what this means is that /6/ will point at the most recent release of
> 6.X/ for the os/ & isos/ repo. The other repos would be local to the /6/
> symlink, and will be always updated ( and stay that way ).

Just so I have it straight:

- OS won't change from the way it is handled today
- Updated packages between point releases still go to Updates
- Packages that are part of the next point release (that are going
into CR now) will instead go into Updates under the new plan
- When a point release comes out, OS changes to the new point release
and Updates gets a cleanup to remove CR and Updates that are part of
the new point release
- Cycle repeats

It seems to me that as long as you are doing any network installs just
from the OS tree, it shouldn't change from the way it is today.  Under
the new plan, everyone is basically opting in to receive the CR
updates.  I assume the comments about needing more space to mirror is
because the CR tree basically replaces a large portion of the OS tree?

-- 
William Hooper


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