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Old 12-08-2011, 03:18 PM
cliff here
Default Patching Red-Hat to a specific version.

Hey guys and gals,

This might be a simple question but it's in a scenario that I haven't had
to deal with with before. I'm about to enter testing process where all of
my (four) redhat boxes need to be the same version. Well right now I have
three 5.6 hosts and one 5.7 host; now I know those point releases become
less and less important once the hosts are synced up to RHN. I know that
most of the packages are the same version or close enough to it, but the
product testers want to see the same version exactly. So is there a way to
sync to RHN on a specific point release?

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