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Re: RHEL 5.7 yum conf? ('yum grouplist' failing)



On 01/03/2012 03:09 PM, yum@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
On Sun 1/1/12 22:54 +0100 "Yellowdog Updater, Modified" wrote:
On 01/01/2012 10:18 PM, yum@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
I'm not in a position to mv comps.xml on 172.16.22.8.

How might I configure or invoke 'yum groupinstall ..'
to look for
http://172.16.22.8/yum/updatevm/comps.xml ?
--snip

My guess is that repo admin failed to integrate comps.xml into repodata.

Try copying comps.xml (use that exact name) into
/var/cache/yum/updates-local/

and then run yum from cache with "-C". It might work.

I tried above approach, results here:

   http://freetexthost.com/u1jyfyyblb

yum is looking for rpm versions that are not in
the 'updates-local' repo, and not in
the 'base-local' repo! How is yum determining these versions?


We can stop right here You have download error for gdb etc.!!!

Look for :
"HTTP Error 404: Not Found
Trying other mirror."

There is something wrong with either your .repo config file or with location of the files on the server.

Yum looks for gdb file in:
http://172.16.22.8/yum/updatevm/getPackage/gdb-7.0.1-37.el5.x86_64.rpm

Where is it physically located? It's like whole folder was moved after createrepo was run (Just an speculation, I am not that good with repository internal structure).

Fix that path problem and yum should work.

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