On Fri, October 21, 2011 15:39, Bowie Bailey wrote: > On 10/21/2011 9:33 AM, Giles Coochey wrote: >> >> 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). > > You have two choices. > > 1) Enable the CR repo. This will let you update to packages that have > been built for 6.1 as they become available. It is possible that there > might be a few minor issues with these packages as they have been built > for 6.1, but they should be fine for the most part. > > 2) Leave things as they are and when 6.1 becomes available, your normal > 'yum update' will update you to 6.1 all at once. The downside here is > that you have to wait until 6.1 is done before you get any more updates. > So Centos 6.0 is EOL?