[CentOS] Re: patches and current CD's [dnk]
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Mon Mar 20 20:25:53 UTC 2006
Thanks.... I had thought that was the case, but it was the quote
below that threw me off. Just wanted to be sure.
On 20-Mar-06, at 11:05 AM, Scott Silva wrote:
> dnk spake the following on 3/20/2006 9:48 AM:
>> I was reading another thread, and this stuck out at me:
>> "This issue was fixed by the CentOS team
>> (and integrated into our install CD) prior to it's release by the
>> upstream provider."
>> As patches and such are released - are they integrated into the
>> CD's right away? So say for example, I downloaded the server CD a few
>> months ago, then re-downloaded, would the patches from point a to
>> b already be integrated into the cd's?
> No. When a CD is released, it is frozen at that state. I think the
> only reason
> it might be patched would be for some sort of installer problem,
> but that
> would most likely be caught in testing "before" the cd images were
> The 4.2 cd is the same now as it was when released, and will only
> be replaced
> with the 4.3 cd. You just run a "yum upgrade" after the install to
> bring the
> system current. After the yum upgrade, a system installed from a
> 4.2 cd will
> be the equivalent of a system installed with a 4.0 (or 4.1) cd. But
> only after
> the yum upgrade.
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