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I have a Solaris 11.4 global zone (at the most recent SRU) where I am trying to install a Solaris 11 zone. To do this I need to have the system-repository and the zone proxy service started.
I created a full (GA 11.4 with newest SRU rolled in) repo using "pkgrepo create" and the... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: rtmg
Just a quick question on this, I've tried to run this a couple of times now - first time it failed I increased the swap. I'm not sure that increasing the physical memory will do any good, but will try later today - has anyone seen this or anything similar?
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3. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I have inherited this offline Red Hat YUM repo that contains over 42000 packages. You read that right. There are 71 kernels alone. The process that I've inherited has us reposync on an Internet-connected-server then sneaker-net the delta to our offline repo where we do a yum... (2 Replies)
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4. Red Hat
Hello all, I am having a bit of an issue on my Spacewalk installation. Some amplifying information is that it is Spacewalk 2.3 installed on a RHEL 6 machine and I am attempting to install/update a RHEL 5 channel/repository. I am fairly new to Spacewalk so I am still learning but this is what I... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: jstone4646
5. Red Hat
I will really appreciate your help on this issue I am having.
I built a repository on one of my servers using a red hat dvd . It is working fine on that server.
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6. UNIX and Linux Applications
We have about 5 different SVN repositories running on SVN 1.6.11 on top of CentOS Linux 6.3. I was asked to migrate our SVN server to a new server last week. We have a cron job that does a Full backup of each repo once a week, and every other night we do an incremental backup via svnadmin dump... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: glev2005
I need some help getting a IPS repo setup for custom internal packages.
we already have an IPS for the oracle solaris package.
what I want is a repo called BOB that can be used for packages internal to company BOB.
I think I have created a repo called BOB, but it's not setup in the network... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: robsonde
8. UNIX and Linux Applications
Forgive me if this seems convoluted, I am stuck in a shell all day long and don't get out much.
We had issues with growing two RAID0 volumes at AWS, so we added two more volumes (RAID0) with larger capacity and rysnc'd 33G of data over after mounting.
/dev/md0 40G 33G 7.6G... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Habitual
9. Red Hat
I am using RHEL5 . I have tried to create the local repo using createrepo rpm.But i have been facing a lot of errors and it is not working well. Can somebody tell me how to create the local repo?
Thank you in advance.
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Discussion started by: prakashkumar41
yum - Yellowdog Updater Modified shell
yum shell [filename]
yum includes an interactive shell for conducting multiple commands or sets of commands during a single execution of yum. These commands can
be issued manually or passed to yum from a file. The commands are much the same as the normal yum command line options. See here yum(8) for
that information. There are a few additional commands documented below.
args: debuglevel, errorlevel, obsoletes, gpgcheck, assumeyes, exclude
If no value is given it prints the current value.
If value is given it sets that value.
list: lists repositories and their status
enable: enable repositories. option = repository id
disable: disable repositories. option = repository id
list: lists the contents of the transaction
reset: reset (zero-out) the transaction
solve: run the dependency solver on the transaction
run: run the transaction
The following are examples of using the yum shell.
list available packagename*
groupinfo 'Some Group'
That will list available packages matching the glob 'packagename*'. It will return information on the group 'Some Group' It will
then queue the following commands into the transaction: install foo, remove bar, update baz. Then the 'run' command will resolve
dependencies for the transaction commands and run the transaction.
See the Authors file included with this program.
There of course aren't any bugs, but if you find any, they should be sent to the mailing list: email@example.com or filed in bugzilla.
Seth Vidal yum(8)