I have set up a local yum repository which I use to install test builds. For the testing purposes, my packages are versioned by
<svn version number>.<date>.<time> (e.g.
The trouble is, once I make a new RPM, copy it to the repository directory and run
createrepo $REPO_DIR, yum does not see the new RPM as being available.
$ cd $REPO_DIR $ ls -1 repodata package-12345.20110908.150404-1.x86_64.rpm package-12345.20110908.174329-1.x86_64.rpm $ createrepo . # ...snip... $ rpm -q package package-12345.20110908.150404-1.x86_64 $ yum list --showduplicates package Installed Packages package.x86_64 12345.20110908.150404-1 @repo Available Packages package.x86_64 12345.20110908.150404-1 repo
I can see the updates and grab them if I run
yum clean all and then re-fetch the metadata, but I think this just means I need to be doing something else from the repo, as I don't have to do that for other yum repos.
How do I need to set up my local repository so that I only need to run
yum update from the client without having to clean my yum cache?