Only that with fixed point releases you set aside a day or so to download, burn, transport and load. You wouldn't want to be doing that daily on the off chance that something relevant has been added. Horses for courses, the problem won't affect most people as Nataraj said. Martin Rushton HPC System Manager, Weapons Technologies Tel: 01959 514777, Mobile: 07939 219057 email: jmrushton at QinetiQ.com www.QinetiQ.com QinetiQ - Delivering customer-focused solutions Please consider the environment before printing this email. -----Original Message----- From: centos-bounces at centos.org [mailto:centos-bounces at centos.org] On Behalf Of John Hodrien Sent: 16 November 2011 10:30 To: CentOS mailing list Subject: Re: [CentOS] UC What happened to 6.1 On Wed, 16 Nov 2011, Rushton Martin wrote: > One exception is those machines behind a firewall that does not allow > downloads. The only upgrade path then is to download on another > machine and burn DVDs. CR repos are not helpful in such a case! I really don't get your point. How is that worse than an update repo, or even a full 6.1 release. In both cases you're forced to get it past your firewall by some method, even if that is sneakernet. jh _______________________________________________ CentOS mailing list CentOS at centos.org http://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos This email and any attachments to it may be confidential and are intended solely for the use of the individual to whom it is addressed. If you are not the intended recipient of this email, you must neither take any action based upon its contents, nor copy or show it to anyone. Please contact the sender if you believe you have received this email in error. QinetiQ may monitor email traffic data and also the content of email for the purposes of security. QinetiQ Limited (Registered in England & Wales: Company Number: 3796233) Registered office: Cody Technology Park, Ively Road, Farnborough, Hampshire, GU14 0LX http://www.qinetiq.com.