If you use NFS4, and set it properly, you only need one port open.I use mrepo to create ~20GB of rpm's for CentOS 5. It is easy to setup and it does everything automatically. And i... [by DrLove73]
on 02/10/2010 – Made popular on 02/10/2010
I'm trying to mount on an old RedHat box to a NFS4 share on CentOS 6. I have the services running, share exported, and firewall open per a NFS4 template. I'm still getting a connection error on the client however. I'm wondering if the client (old RedHat box) is trying to use different ports or may be incompatible.
Hello i'm trying to setup mrepo to work together with spacewalk
the idea is:
1.-i've already setup spacewalk 2.2 on a server with RHEL 6.5
2.-created a sowftwar channel for CentOS repos
3.-created a software repository link
repo_create -n centos6-base-x86_64 -u http://mirror.centos.org/centos/6/os/x86_64/
I'm about to setup a mrepo and I have a quick question. I would like to mount the Latest ISO and need to update the OS from that. I'm bit confused with ISO configuration. Do I need to mount ISO as loop device and copy the files into srcdir ? Or Mrepo would mount as loop device?
I am trying to create a staging environment for my spacewalk setup (Production was already setup by an ex-admin)...
i see that the production downloads RHEL packages to a repo server through a repository server using the script as follows:
Does anyone have a functioning mrepo configuration that is mirroring the repo's from the novell.com site? I am using the youget update method, but have tried https as well. I know the username password combo's are valid as I have used them with my browser.
The issue is no matter how I connect, I get authorization errors, meaning it doesn't like my credentials.