[Centos] CentOS-3 versions 3.2 & 3.3

Fri Sep 17 11:09:27 UTC 2004
Greg Kurtzer <greg at runlevelzero.net>

Sorry for the cross post...

On Fri, Sep 17, 2004 at 03:04:48AM -0700, Rick Graves told me:
> Hey,
> I thought I had been paying attention, but I do not
> know what is going on.  
> On the mirrors, under centos-3, we now have
> directories named 3.1, 3.2 & 3.3.  The CentOS-3 I have
> been using for some months came from 3.1.  
> The 3.2 directory is dated September 11th and seems to
> be empty.  The 3.3 directory is dated September 16th
> and has stuff in it, such as rpm's, but no header
> files for yum. 
> If someone would kindly explain what is going on, I
> would update the web site with a news item if
> appropriate.

There has been no announcement at this time, because nothing has been released
at this time, so you didn't miss anything. On the other hand, we have been
discussing this in IRC for several weeks now. ;)

The plan was that the current mirror is overloaded, and couldn't handle the
load of another release. We have been migrating to a new server and a RRDNS
mirror solution. With this, we have been updating the new mirror pool with 
the updates and new releases. What you will find there is the release of 
Centos-3.3 for i386 and x86_64 as well as the alpha cAos-2. Expect the 
announcements to come after the mirrors have caught up with the changes and
community testing.

If you would like to test Centos-3.3 please feel free to grab the ISO's or do
a yum upgrade by pointing to an updated mirror and changing the $releasever to
3.3 in yum.conf. Please send bugs to centos-devel at caosity.org.

Stay tuned for the release announcements.

Greg M. Kurtzer