[CentOS] Yum out of sync?

Tue Jan 10 03:14:52 UTC 2006
Jim Perrin <jperrin at gmail.com>

On 1/9/06, Jeff Lasman <blists at nobaloney.net> wrote:
> I'm trying to run "yum update" on "CentOS release 3.4 (final)":

This is pretty out of date. 3.6 is out now, and 3.7 is in beta.

> But I'm getting an error:
> <snip>
> Package mod_ssl needs httpd = 2.0.46-44.ent.centos.2, this is not
> available.
> </snip>

You may have some version mismatch issues, or you may not have a
properly configured repo for centos.
Add "%_query_all_fmt %%{name}-%%{version}-%%{release}.%%{arch}" to
root's .rpmmacros, and run 'yum list mod_ssl' and 'yum list httpd'

> It's installed.
> So I try yum update httpd and get the same error message.
> Any ideas?

What do you have in your repo sections for centos?
This is mostly a distribution question, not a specific yum issue. This
should probably be on the centos list. Since I'd most likely answer
you there in the same manner, all of the above still stands.

Jim Perrin
System Architect - UIT
Ft Gordon & US Army Signal Center