[CentOS] Yum / Up2date issues and mirror.centos.org
hescominsoon at emmanuelcomputerconsulting.com
Tue Nov 29 16:46:21 UTC 2005
so my question is..why can't yum deal with a squid proxy running in
Johnny Hughes wrote:
> On Tue, 2005-11-29 at 10:47 -0500, William Warren wrote:
>>i would rather not simply circumvent this isue...i would rather it be
>>fixed. Like i psoted to naother person..squid is a great proxy..that is
>>unless it is one that now sucks.
> Yum is not maintained by CentOS ... it is something that we use from
> somewhere else. We use what they produce, so there is no timetable.
> It isn't proxy servers in general, just some implementations that don't
> work well.
> I am using squid on my network and I get updates through it for 10
> machines with no problems.
> A transparent proxy is one where ports are routed behind the scenes and
> there is no setup file.
> Using an FTP server is best in these situations.
>>Karanbir Singh wrote:
>>>William Warren wrote:
>>>>Is there a timetable to fix the yum/http proxy incompatibility? i
>>>>find it interesting this has not been addressed yet.
>>>>>3. Another common problem is transparent proxy servers and yum. HTTP
>>>>>mirrors and yum don't work really well via transparent proxy servers, so
>>>>>if you are using one, your best bet is to pick an FTP mirror from our
>>>>>public external server list (see mirror link above) instead of
>>>why not ask the guys who built the proxy, thats where the breakage is
>>>Also, you have the option of going to a ftp mirror, and circumvent this
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