Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Maros, Scott was referring to our commercial support repositories, which we usually update at most a few business days after a new kernel release from a distro vendor (in this case, a kernel update for RHEL 5). Cheers, Florian On 2009-06-28 23:01, Maros Timko wrote: > Hi Scott, > > not so often. You can however find newer versions in testing repository. > But, rpms for CentOS make use of weak references, so the DRBD is not > really kernel-dependant. > > Tino > > 2009/6/28 Scott Inderlied <scott at northwestcomputer.biz > <mailto:scott at northwestcomputer.biz>> > > How long does it usually take for new builds to be posted to the > repo's? I > just ran yum update on my centos 5 box which updated the kernel to > 2.6.18-128.1.14.el5 from 2.6.18-128.1.10.el5 and the repos don't have a > build for it yet. I've built it myself before and can do so again > but I'm > curious as to how fast they're produced. > > Scott Inderlied > 580 727 5170 > scott at linux.com <mailto:scott at linux.com> -- When replying, there is no need to CC my personal address. I monitor the list on a daily basis. Thank you. LINBIT® and DRBD® are registered trademarks of LINBIT.