On Thu, 23 May 2013, Dean Hunter wrote:
On Thu, 2013-05-23 at 13:22 -0400, Rob Crittenden wrote:
Dean Hunter wrote:
> On Thu, 2013-05-23 at 17:58 +0200, Martin Kosek wrote:
>> # koji download-build freeipa-3.2.0-2.fc19 --arch x86_64
> Do these messages mean that there are addition RPMs that are missing
> from the Fedora 19 repositories?
You need samba-4.0.6-2. See
1) Could someone explain why samba-4.0.6-2 is now (as in since the
previous response about 8 hours ago) available in Fedora 19
updates-testing but freeipa-3.2.0-2 still is not? I would like to
understand why freeipa is frozen, but samba is not.
It is a question to Fedora release management. We stuck with 3.2.0-2 at
the point when decision to freeze updates machinery was made for F19
beta release. I think it was later raised but some issues were still in
place in bodhi which prevented push of packages stuck in flight.
2) Creating a local repository populated by koji downloads from bodhi
has me considering a local repository as the source for updates to all
my machines and updating the local repository at a time of my choosing.
Is this a common practice? Are there problems with this approach? Should
I use NFS or HTTP to serve the updates?
You need to wait until F19 machinery properly works. As far as I can
see, we experienced similar freezes every release cycle of Fedora; it is
just F19 beta when we were hit hard.
Remember that F19 is still at alpha stage; F19 beta is slated for May
/ Alexander Bokovoy
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