[kernel-xen] Xen 4.1 and latest CentOS 7.2.1511

Steffan Cline steffan at hldns.com
Wed Dec 30 05:27:06 AEDT 2015


I did the exclude… for a reason. Turned out I was right. For some reason in the middle of a yum update it applied -2 over the top of the version I installed from testing and borked the whole thing. It was quicker to just wipe clean and reinstall.

This morning I see a new version. 4.1.15-4.el7xen

Is that the final in production now?

Thank you,
Steffan Cline

On 12/28/15, 10:38 PM, "Steven Haigh" <kernel-xen-bounces at lists.wireless.org.au on behalf of netwiz at crc.id.au> wrote:

>On 29/12/2015 4:35 PM, Steffan Cline wrote:
>> Steven,
>> You’re the man! 
>> I did a clean install and once I weeded through the testing repo showing nothing, I was able to install it all.
>> I rebooted and it seems to be up and working.
>> For the time being, I added exclude=kernel-xen* to /etc/yum.conf so I don’t have to worry about it being overwritten for now.
>You don't need to exclude anything - as its a higher version number than
>anything in the stable repo, it will stay installed until a newer
>version exists. It would be bad security wise to exclude packages.
>> How long before this moves from testing to production?
>I have a few smaller issues to fix up in the EL6 version of this
>package, then both will go to the production repos.
>Steven Haigh
>Email: netwiz at crc.id.au
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