On Mon, Feb 11, 2013 at 01:25:56PM -0500, Rob Crittenden wrote:
> Christian Horn wrote:
> >
> >If you have the old system only receiving z-stream updates, so i.e.
> >6.3.z for a RHEL6.3 then you will stay on ipa2.
> >
> >I just tested the upgrade of a populated ipa2/rhel6.3 to rhel6.4 .
> >Without a 'exclude=ipa*' in yum.conf the ipa is upgraded like all
> >other packages when the system gets a RHEL6.4 repo configured and
> >'yum update' is executed.
> >The release notes do not note any special upgrade procedure, also
> >for my testsetup the upgrade went without any issues.
> >
> >Thus all points at that upgrade path is ok, as for all other packages.
> 
> I would add that I would be careful about only excluding the IPA
> packages. We rely on a lot of other subsystemsand mixing versions
> may not work as expected. In particular 389-ds-base, pki-core and
> krb5-*.

Cant we then just tie the ipa packages to the older 389-ds-base etc.
package versions?

Christian

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