On Tue, Aug 10, 2021 at 5:31 PM Thomas Stephen Lee <lee.iitb at gmail.com> wrote: > > On Wed, Aug 11, 2021 at 12:51 AM Kaleb Keithley <kkeithle at redhat.com> wrote: > > > > > > On Tue, Aug 10, 2021 at 1:58 PM Scott Dowdle <dowdle at montanalinux.org> wrote: > >> > >> > >> > >> Please note that once installed you can't use your package manager because the CS9 repositories haven't been setup yet... so if there is something you want to try, it's probably a good idea to select it at install time... although you can certainly mount the .iso image post install and manually install any of the rpms on the media. > > > > > > I've been updating my cs9 vm from the repos at > > https://composes.stream.centos.org/test/latest-CentOS-Stream/compose/BaseOS/$basearch/os > > > > I don't remember whether I cobbled up my own repo file or downloaded one from somewhere but I get the HA, appstream, and Code Ready Builder (CRB) updates from there too. (There are also NFV, RT, ResiliantStorage, SAP, and SAPHANA repos too.) > > > > I just successfully updated mine about an hour ago (Aug 10, 17:00 UTC or so). E.g. I got the latest available kernel, kernel-5.14.0-0.rc4.35.el9.x86_64 > > > > -- > > > > Kaleb > > @Scott, @Mike, @Kaleb > > Thank you very much. > I will check out your suggestions. Development repos can cost extra money for the hosts: the bulky metadata needs renewal pretty frequently, and lightly used repos are less likely to be cached by local proxies. If I might suggest, show a bit of restraint with them and don't scan for new updates every hour, even if it is *very* exciting to see the latest/greatest.