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Old 08-07-2007, 02:24 PM   #1
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Question Possible to mirror RHN/RHEL5 repos?

Is it possible to mirror the RHN/RHEL5 repositories locally? We have all the RH subscriptions we need, but we'd like tighter control over the repositories that our lab machines automatically update from and a local mirror we could manage would fit the bill perfectly.
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Yes. U can!

Yes. you can do it.
I got an article in internet ( and please follow it.



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