[CentOS] Re: What will the upgrade to 5.2 be like?

Scott Silva ssilva at sgvwater.com
Thu Jun 19 18:28:43 UTC 2008

on 6-19-2008 5:37 AM Robert Moskowitz spake the following:
> I have a few servers that I really have to build already.  Got to buckle 
> down and get it done; no more waiting for 5.2 as a 'reason' to put it 
> off for another day.
> I will be building a local repository for 5.2 as soon as the ISOs are 
> posted (well as soon as my 768Kb DSL link will allow), so what am I 
> looking at for the 'cost' of the upgrade?
Your breath will suddenly be minty fresh, your hair will grow back, you will 
lose weight and gain muscle mass, even your "lower regions" will become 
bigger. For women, your hips will firm and your belly will be flat. You will 
look 10 years younger and feel 20 years younger!
You will be the envy of your peers!

Now seriously;

What do you mean by "cost". If you mirror the upstream release, that should be 
your biggest bandwidth usage. Then point your servers at your local repo and 
"yum update".
Then probably a reboot as there is a new kernel release.
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You hope everybody uses it, and
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