On Fri, October 21, 2011 15:23, Johnny Hughes wrote: > > There is SOME QA ... just not all the QA that they get as part of the > main release. > > They are not right off the build and into the server ... we do our > functionality test suite prior to pushing CR (and other tests, and look > for repo closure). They are fairly well vetted. > > We are trying to serve two masters here ... fast release and fully > tested release. CR is the middle of that and a compromise that should > work and not break things AND still allow us to do the testing we want > for the main release too. > > So, you should expect more issues from CR than the main tree ... but the > risk should be minimal for any kind of major breakage. > > For what its worth, I use CR on the machines I manage in production. > OK. So my question is. I have Centos 6.0 installed on a couple of systems. I have not modified any repos or installed any repos etc... Am I receiving security updates via 'yum update', which as far as I can tell hasn't installed any updates for quite a few months?? If not, what do I need to do to get security updates? These are not production systems, but I don't want to break anything unless it's broken already (i.e. security vulnerabilities and bug fixes).