so the link is ok
Well, just two questions:
1. What error are you getting??
2. If you hardcode version 4.7 in "Base" and in "Update"and run "yum update", is the System not updating directly to 4.7??
Well I really, really would prefer to update to the most stable Release either of 4.x or 5.x (lazlow: you are right.. if there is no need to make an update from 4.x to 5.x, it shouldn`t be done, but that`s why I asked for the need of a 4.x version)
Either hardcoding the repos is not a very good way.. it may help you this time, but next time you are searching for a yum problem not thinking about that you hardcoded some repos may drive you crazy.