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Re: Downloaded updates from FC2



On Wed, 27 Oct 2004 20:27:44 +0200, Alexander Dalloz
<alexander dalloz uni-bielefeld de> wrote:
> Am Mi, den 27.10.2004 schrieb Josimar Nunes de Oliveira um 18:22:
> 
> > How to keep updated many workstations and servers from an updated machine or something like a
> > "service pack", to avoid download traffic ? I would have only one machine with most recently downloaded
> > updates from FC2 and then all internal machines in my interprise would point to it to get that updates.
> > Does someone know how and would help me to do this ?
> 
> > Josimar Nunes de Oliveira
> 
> http://fedoranews.org/contributors/hal_canary/yum/
> 
> Written when FC1 was current, but easily adjustable for FC2 or upcoming
> FC3.
> 
> Alexander
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> 

Why don't you just write a simple shell script(s) that update all the
boxes with yum and runs at differrent times.  Set it up with cron and
stagger the times if you want.  No need to get into the repository
business unless you really have to.

.02,

-- 
Marc




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