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centos 6' repositories against redhat 6 upstream

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Wonder how's the relationship between the centos 6's main OS/ repository and redhat 6's repositories. Let's say, Redhat 6 seperate RPMs into a series of repos like:

redhat-6-server ##(base redhat 6 OS/)
redhat-6-server-optional
redhat-6-server-supplementary
redhat-6-server-rhev-agent
rhel-6-server-cf-tools
...

Does centos 6 merge all the redhat 6 repos into one big repository? or still leave out some minor/functional ones? If the second is true, then it will be great if we can find the repo mapping link between Redhat 6 and centos 6.

posted Jun 4, 2013 by anonymous

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CentOS project put's everything ALLOWED in one big repository. I think
there are things in RHEL repositories that are not published via src.rpm's.

answer Jun 5, 2013 by anonymous
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