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Re: [Spacewalk-list] Advice on Repo Configuration

Unless you have a requirement to stay at 6.5, I'd recommend just setting your repo to: http://mirror.centos.org/centos/6/os/x86_64/ and http://mirror.centos.org/centos/6/updates/x86_64/
This way you'll always have the latest packages for CentOS6. This is the way I have it configured. Clients will stay at their current release as long as only security updates are applied. But if you wanted to go from 6.x to 6.6 you just need to do a full yum update and you're good. 

On Fri, Nov 21, 2014 at 9:52 AM, Net Warrior <netwarrior863 gmail com> wrote:
Hi there community.
I'd like an advice or suggestion regarding repository configuration, so let me tell you what my issue is.
I have a couple of repo configured, and one of them is a centos one, with the following configuration:

Centos 6.5 Main
The updates:

So far so good, now as all we know CentOS has a new Release 6.6, what I notice is that I did not get any other update to the channel, so all my clients will be stuck with 6.5.

My question is, is it sane to configure the channel that way and create another one for the 6.6 ? or should I configure the channel to automatically update to 6.6, for example, I have a server for testing purposes conected directly to internet, and when the new 6.6 was released when  I performed a yum update I was told there was a new release update, so , how can I configure my channels to behave that way , if it the right way to go or what it the best practice for this matter.

Thank for your time and support.
Best regards.

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