[CentOS] yum upgrade on 3.4 and spamassassin

Wed Mar 30 13:07:29 UTC 2005
Johnny Hughes <mailing-lists at hughesjr.com>

On Tue, 2005-03-29 at 23:26 -0800, Francois Caen wrote:
> Hello,
> I run CentOS 3.4 on 3 machines (i386). Original yum.conf
> If I do a yum update: 
> No actions to take
> If I do a yum upgrade a machine that has no spamassassin: 
> No actions to take
> If I do a yum upgrade on 2 machines that have
> perl-Mail-SpamAssassin-3.0.1-1 installed (3rd party rpm, more recent
> than the CentOS/RHEL one):
> I will do the following:
> [update: spamassassin 2.55-3.4.i386]
> I will install/upgrade these to satisfy the dependencies:
> [deps: perl-Time-HiRes 1.38-3.i386]
> Is this ok [y/N]:
> Could someone please explain this behavior? Why is yum upgrade trying
> to upgrade a package that is a newer 3rd party rpm, with a different
> name?
> Thanks,
> Francois

I think it is because the names are not the same for the packages ...
you should be able to stop this by adding this line to the top of
your /etc/yum.conf file:


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