I know, "bad practice". In this case, suppose 2 RPMs which define which things should be installed onto a given server. RPM 1 wants to install
config.json and RPM 2 wants to install it as well.
Given that the content of the files in the RPMs are the same, how can I bypass the conflict given by yum? Note that need to install via
rpm, because these RPMs have many dependencies which would be pulled from the configured yum repos. These RPMs are for internal use only.
file /.../config.json from install of <RPM 1> conflicts with file from package <RPM 2>
This use case is that RPM 1 and 2 could be installed on separate servers, or on the same server, depending on the requirements of the deployment. I want to tell yum "it's okay, buddy, go ahead and overwrite the file".