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Re: [Spacewalk-list] How can my CentOS 6.5 be up to date?


I'm not sure that I understand your response.  The client is CentOS 6.5, not 6.6. Yes, the Spacewalk server is 6.6, but the client is 6.5.  I purposefully chose 6.5 because its an older release and I know there are a number of packages that would be out of date.  

Thank you


On Thu, Nov 6, 2014 at 9:44 AM, Michael Mraka <michael mraka redhat com> wrote:
Daryl Rose wrote:
% I just recently installed Spacewalk on a CentOS 6.6 server.   I created a
% 6.5 channel and repository and I just stood up a CentOS 6.5 client server
% and registered it on to the Spacewalk server.
% When I initially stood up the 6.5 client, I looked to see how many how many
% updated packages it needed by doing a "yum update".  It needed 264
% packages, however, I DID NOT perform the update.  Just looking.  I then
% registered the 6.5 client with the Spacewalk server and checked to see if
% it was up to date or not.  Spacewalk is telling me that the client is
% up-to-date.  This is not accurate, why?

So you have CentOS 6.5 client registered to CentOS 6.5 channel in Spacewalk.
And Spacewalk UI says it's up-to-date. Why do you think it isn't accurate?

If you don't have 6.6 packages in Spacewalk then it can hardly know about updates.

% Thanks.
% Daryl


Michael Mráka
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