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Re: Missing Package Dependencies

On Tue, 9 Aug 2011, Kevin Fenzi wrote:

To: EPEL development disccusion <epel-devel-list redhat com>
From: Kevin Fenzi <kevin scrye com>
Subject: Re: Missing Package Dependencies

Can you provide:

rpm -q collectd collectd-sensors

Thanks Chris and Kevin.

Here's the output of both those query commands:

[root karsites ~]# yum list collectd\*


Excluding Packages in global exclude list
1497 packages excluded due to repository priority protections

Installed Packages
collectd.i386 4.10.2-1.el5 installed collectd-sensors.i386 4.10.2-1.el5 installed
Available Packages
collectd-apache.i386 4.10.3-1.el5 epel collectd-devel.i386 4.9.1-1.el5.rf rpmforge collectd-dns.i386 4.10.3-1.el5 epel collectd-email.i386 4.10.3-1.el5 epel collectd-ipmi.i386 4.10.3-1.el5 epel collectd-mysql.i386 4.10.3-1.el5 epel collectd-nginx.i386 4.10.3-1.el5 epel collectd-nut.i386 4.10.3-1.el5 epel collectd-ping.i386 4.10.3-1.el5 epel collectd-postgresql.i386 4.10.3-1.el5 epel collectd-rrdtool.i386 4.10.3-1.el5 epel collectd-sensors.i386 4.10.3-1.el5 epel collectd-snmp.i386 4.10.3-1.el5 epel collectd-virt.i386 4.10.3-1.el5 epel collectd-web.i386 4.10.3-1.el5 epel
[root karsites ~]# rpm -q collectd collectd-sensors

So it looks like collectd-sensors is showing for upgrade, but the required collectd matching upgrade is not being found?

If this was due to my repository priorites, then surely the collectd-sensors upgrade would not be found either?

Can I manually install the missing collectd package directly from EPEL?

Kind Regards,

Keith Roberts


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