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Edward Bailey wrote:Separate "release" repository from all other repos so you can "inform" all yum clients when you add or delete some of the repos. Once you change repo structure just issue updated "release" rpm and once that rpm is installed yum clients will be able to see new repositories.
We are thinking about that approach. We have anywhere from 3-10 releases per service pack so the process could get unwieldy. I think we are going to try this out tomorrow.
That way, you can change complete repo structure except for release repo itself any time you want.
Better yet, you could issue updated release rpms with priority repositories built-in and in doing so avoid complicated yum commands. Simple "yum update" (executed two times consecutively) with properly set release rpm (repo file) and installed yum-priorities plugin would do the trick.
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