I see Johnny Hughes has released CR-updates for CentOS 6.
Is CentOS 6.4 brewing yet then? 8-)
LOL!! “The dark man is coming”. I’m sure Johnny appreciates that. ;-)
Nice track though!
Op 28-02-13 10:23, Nux! schreef:
I enjoyed watching that video. Thanks for sharing
Eventually, yes … thats how it goes, right?
We are working on the consolidated tree, spinning isos, QA’ing those, etc.
CR is for access now, for those what want it … the tree should be along soon. Not exactly sure when soon will be yet :)
Hey! We need an exact date!! ;-)
Nah, just kidding. It will be released when ready, right. I can wait.
Keep up the good work dev-team!
Sorin Srbu wrote:
I have two servers running CentOS-6.3. On one of them I had (inadvertently) enabled the CentOS-CR repository. I noticed that there were a huge number of updates (over 400 packages)
from this repository yesterday.
I’m wondering if I disabled it now, would that cause confusion with subsequence updates?
I’m also wondering if I leave it enabled, is the danger that the system will stop running negligible?
(The machine is in another country, so surgery would be difficult!)
No, if you turn CR off you should be OK … I doubt that we will add any updates to the 6.3 tree except CR from now until the 6.4 release … but I would recommend you leave it on if you already got the updates. (see below)
There is very little chance it will completely break … though with any new point release you need to test your machine.
This is basically 6.4 and it is going to be released in its entirety in less than a week to the main channel anyway.
If you already updated the current packages with CR, I would leave CR
enabled as I just pushed some more security updates there (to CR) this morning and will continue to do so until we release officially release 6.4.
Johnny Hughes wrote:
Thanks very much. I didn’t realise it was your baby. Now I feel much safer!
Timothy Murphy wrote:
I just used all the usual repos, and CR, on one of our 6.3 machines, did the update and rebooted, though I assume 6.4 isn’t officially released, since lsb_release -a shows it still as 6.3
Right … we do not put the new anaconda or CentOS-release in CR. Those are usually the only things to get updated after the full point release.