On Thu December 11 2008, Les Mikesell wrote: > More to the point, how can I expect this to work after the thing I want > goes away in the repository, replaced by a mistaken push of something > broken? I think it is unreasonable to assume that such mistakes will > never happen. What's the plan to avoid/recover from this? So many possibilities: Use keepcache=1 in your yum.conf, write a yum plugin that keeps at least X old revisions of your rpms, use a proxy that stores all rpms your clients ever downloaded (does InstantMirror do this?), fetch the rpm from koji or cvs co the package you want from cvs and run "make local". Regards, Till
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