[CentOS] update to 7.4

Tue Sep 19 16:55:34 UTC 2017
Jon Pruente <jpruente at riskanalytics.com>

You'll want to look into 'yum history' with the 'info' and 'undo'
subcommands. Not sure how well it works for larger updates but I've had
success on broken packages.

On Tue, Sep 19, 2017 at 11:51 AM, Jerry Geis <jerry.geis at gmail.com> wrote:

> I was doing an update to 7.4 and somewhere in middle the machine died.
> If I drop back to a previous kernel the machine is alive. So how do I say
> "forget the previous yum update" and start all over and do it again.
> Booting into the new kernel I get a kernel fault. So going back one level
> on teh boot screen solves that - I just need to start the update again. How
> is that?
> Thanks,
> Jerry
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