Build repository to upgrade OpenSSH, Apache & ISC Bind
sunhux at gmail.com
Wed May 21 01:16:06 UTC 2014
> Copy all packages that you want to have in
> your repository into one directory
Can I just copy only the Apache, OpenSSH
& ISC Bind packages & what's the filenames
of those packages that I need to copy?
Ideally don't want to upgrade the RHEL
OS if possible. Can tell me how to extract
only the required packages from the RHEL
5.10 iso image?
Also, what's the exact command to upgrade
from this repository?
On Wed, May 21, 2014 at 2:09 AM, <m.roth at 5-cent.us> wrote:
> Sunhux G wrote:
> > I have many VMs on RHEL 5.2 to 5.8 and a VA
> > scan found that the OpenSSH, Apache & ISC Bind
> > in them are outdated & not supported anymore.
> > All the VMs do not have Internet connection, so
> > I can't do 'yum'
> > I recall a few years ago, I saw somewhere in one
> > Redhat's support note that it's possible to build a
> > repository using newer version of RHEL & just
> > run a command against the repository to upgrade
> > specific software packages.
> > Can someone give me detailed step by step
> > instructions (or point me to easy-to-follow links)
> > on how to build this repository & the command
> > to upgrade OpenSSH, Apache & ISC Bind?
> > Should I download RHEL 5.10 or 6.x? Concerned
> > about going to 6.x in case the big change in the
> > version may break things
> Absolute bare-bones minimum: update *everything* to 5.10.
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