[CentOS] Why yum-cron is only at x86_64 system?
sebastian at szary.org
Tue Jun 2 09:52:58 UTC 2009
2009/6/2 Michael A. Peters <mpeters at mac.com>
> MontyRee wrote:
> > Hello, all.
> > I have operated centos 4.x and 5.x system.
> > for 4.x system, I auto update using yum and for 5.x system, using
> > yum-cron.
> > but I can't find any yum-cron package (i386) like below.
> > # yum search yum-cron(at i686, centox 5.3)
> > Warning: No matches found for: yum-cron No Matches found
> > # yum search yum-cron(at x86_64, centos 5.3)
> > ==================================================== Matched:
> > yum-cron =====================================================
> > yum-cron.noarch : Files needed to run yum updates as a cron job
> > I don't know why the result was different?
> > Thanks in advance.
> To the best of my knowledge, yum-cron is depricated and has been
> replaced with an update daemon of it's own.
Check yum-updatesd and /etc/yum/yum-updatesd.conf
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