[CentOS] how to create a local update server.

Wed Jul 5 16:47:42 UTC 2006
Benjamin Smith <lists at benjamindsmith.com>

On Monday 03 July 2006 09:34, rance at frontiernet.net wrote:
> could someone please point me in the right direction for creating a 
> local repository for centos updates.

Google telleth all: search for "set up yum repo server" 


> Scenario:  I have one centos server connected to the internet, it 
> provides ntpd, httpd, and other services to both internal and external 
> clients (only httpd is serving external clients).
> the clients are connected to the first centos server and it functions 
> as a NAT router for internet sharing purposes.
> I'd like to create a local updates repository so that clients only need 
> to check MY update server instead of the public ones.  I'd like the 
> option of just being a repository of the "update list" (the list of 
> packages that are updated), and being a repository of the .rpm files 
> themselves.
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