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

did you use relative path for specifically centos 6.5 like:


or you use generic 6 version? like:


both for base and updates, because centos repos when release new minor release will empty updates directory on the last one

best regards
Da: spacewalk-list-bounces redhat com
A: spacewalk-list redhat com
Data: Thu, 6 Nov 2014 16:44:25 +0100
Oggetto: Re: [Spacewalk-list] How can my CentOS 6.5 be up to date?

> 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
> Regards,
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> Michael Mráka
> Satellite Engineering, Red Hat
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