RHNPLUGIN.CONF(8) Red Hat, Inc. RHNPLUGIN.CONF(8)NAME
rhnplugin.conf - Configuration file for the rhnplugin(8)yum(8) plugin.
rhnplugin.conf contains configuration options which are specific to rhnplugin(8). The configuration file is located at /etc/yum/plugin-
Either `0' or `1'. Determines whether the plugin will be used by yum or not. Default value is `1'.
Either `0' or `1'. Determines whether gpg signature checking will be performed on packages coming from Spacewalk/Red Hat Satellite.
Default value is `1'. If this option is not set, the value from yum.conf(5) will be used.
The amount of time (in seconds) that you want to wait for a response before timing out. If this option is not set, the value from
yum.conf(5) will be used.
The location of this configuration file.
SEE ALSO rhnplugin(8), yum(8), up2date(5), yum.conf(5).
James Bowes <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Peter Vetere <email@example.com>.
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YUM-VERSIONLOCK.CONF(5) File Formats YUM-VERSIONLOCK.CONF(5)NAME yum-versionlock.conf(5)SYNOPSIS yum-versionlock.conf(5) is the configuration file for yum-versionlock(1) Yum plugin for excluding packages that aren't listed in the ver-
sionlock file. The plugin will walk each line of the versionlock file, parse out the name and version of the package. It will then exclude
any package by that name that doesn't match one of the versions listed within the file (or, optionally, any obsoleter of that package).
This is basically the same as doing an exclude for the package name itself (as you cannot exclude installed packages), but yum will still
see the versions you have installed/versionlocked as available so that "yum reinstall" will still work, etc. It can also work in the oppo-
site way, like a fast exclude, by prefixing a '!' character to the version.
FILE FORMAT yum-versionlock.conf(5) utilizes configuration options in the form of
This option is a boolean flag which specifies if the versionlock plugin should look at all the obsoletes, and see if any of the
packages specified have an obsoleter. If an obsoleter is found then all versions of that package will be excluded. This option is
off by default, as yum-versionlock(1) will take some time to do the obsoletes processing, and for non-rename obsoletes any issues
you had which kept you at a specific version of a package should be different with another package.
This option is a string with points to the file which will have the versionlock information in it. Note that the file has to exist
(or the versionlock plugin will make yum exit). However it can be empty.
Chitlesh Goorah <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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SEE ALSO yum-versionlock(1)
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