On Thu, May 14, 2020 at 7:44 PM Carl George <carl at redhat.com> wrote: > > This should normally be an edge case that only occurs during the time > between a RHEL point release and the corresponding CentOS Linux > rebuild. Historically that usually takes about a month. As more and A few have been that fast. Some have taken up to six months: I'm thinking of CentOS 7.2. > Regarding using CentOS Stream for your use case, be aware that EPEL is > built against RHEL, so it's possible to run into issues where an EPEL > package doesn't work on CentOS Stream. This is a known issue that we > haven't come to a conclusion yet on how to handle. On a related note, > EPEL faces similar challenges when RHEL bumps a library soname. The It's one reason I spend some time with "mock", myself, to be able to backport dependency chains and resolve such discrepancies at least with an internal repository.