[CentOS-devel] C5 yum-priorities update
tla at rasmil.dk
Fri Aug 31 11:23:01 UTC 2007
Daniel de Kok wrote:
> Hi all,
> A new version of the yum-priority plugin for CentOS 5 (x86/86_64) is now
> available through the CentOS 5 testing repository. This version
> fixes obsoletes handling, which was broken by a upstream multi-arch
> patch. We'd like to hear if this version works well, and whether
> obsoletes are correctly excluded. You can test this by performing the
> following steps:
> - Installing the updated plugin.
> - Add a repository with obsoletes (e.g. RPMFore or ATRPMS), and make
> sure that it has a lower priority (thus a higher priority number)
> than the CentOS repositories.
> - Make sure that /etc/yum/pluginconf.d/priorities.conf has the following
> check_obsoletes = 1
> - A subsequent "yum update" should not install/updates any packages
> from these repositories.
> The results are most interesting on machines with a high number of
> installed packages (since that would potentially hit an obsolete
> earlier). There should be no regressions in normal plugin behavior aw
> well. Information on using the CentOS Testing repository can be found
> on the CentOS Wiki at:
>  yum-priorities-1.0.4-7.el5.centos.noarch.rpm
> CentOS-devel mailing list
> CentOS-devel at centos.org
Is the changes something there need to be included in yum-utils upstream ???
More information about the CentOS-devel