[CentOS] Upgrade from CentOS 6.x to 7

Wed Sep 10 18:24:35 UTC 2014
Pete Geenhuizen <pete at geenhuizen.net>

I just ran the pre-upgrade, and it said that I couldn't do an in place 
upgrade for the following reason:

"/usr directory is on separate partition. In-place Upgrade is NOT possible."

Well that was news to me because I never separate /usr, so what is going 
on?  It apparently turns out that /usr/local is on a separate partition 
and the software isn't smart enough to realize that there's a big 
difference between /usr and /usr/local, so I'm guessing that that is the 

I sure do hate software that makes lame or at worst incorrect 
assumptions, almost as bad as when you change a config file and comment 
out the default line and add you duplicate the line with changes, and 
the software is too dumb to realize what you did.

On 09/10/14 08:03, Clovis Tristao wrote:
> Hi,
> Em 09-09-2014 18:16, m.roth at 5-cent.us escreveu:
> No exist this lines in yum.conf
> enabled=1
> Yes, exist.
> Thanks a lot guys.
> Clovis

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