write yum repos used during install under /etc/yum.repo.d/
On Tue, 2008-08-26 at 10:37 +0300, Alexander Todorov wrote:
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> Radek Vykydal wrote:
> | If you think that staying with install repo as default after
> | installation is better, OK. I just thought that it should be done
> | explicitly by user action (by enabling it), but perhaps there
> | is no valid reason.
> hmm, what means default in this context? I can see repo(s) with low cost which
> are preferred and then the stock repos (which point to mirrorlist). Both sets of
> repos are enabled by default. If the local (install) one fails for some reason
> (network failure, missing package) then yum will pick up the next repo and try
> to work with it.
> In the case other repos (i.e. not the install ones) have newer packages then yum
> will use them automatically.
Didn't know this, sorry for my ignorance.
> I don't see how both types of repos we're
> discussing conflict with each other. Please point me to a conflicting use case
> if you're aware of such.
Then I don't have such and I'm OK with the patch.
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