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lightman47
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Re: yum upgrade problem

Post by lightman47 » 2019/03/22 17:39:54

Can someone who is experiencing the problem please try adding deltarpm=0 to /etc/yum.conf and see if the problem then goes away?
On another machine that experienced the issue, it does go away after that addition to yum.conf! The update progresses smoothly/completely.

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Interestingly, the problem is 'machine selective'; it's only shown up on two of the four machines I've updated recently. I wonder what the commonality may be; one is my HP DL380 room heater whose kernel I cannot update, and the other is a much newer box with an Nvidia card that was my grandson's game machine.
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Re: yum upgrade problem

Post by TrevorH » 2019/03/22 18:56:02

So it looks like a bad deltarpm. It's being rebuilt at the moment and re-signed and repushed to the mirrors.
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Re: yum upgrade problem

Post by edgreenberg » 2019/03/25 11:31:03

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echo deltarpm=0 >> /etc/yum.conf && yum -y update polkit && sed -i ':a;$!{N;ba};s/\ndeltarpm=0//g' /etc/yum.conf && yum -y update
The above (copied from previous reply by @FattyMcChickenPants) worked for me on Centos 7.6.1810

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Re: yum upgrade problem

Post by TrevorH » 2019/03/25 12:27:21

You can disable it as a one-time on each yum command using yum --setopt=deltarpm=0 ...
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Re: yum upgrade problem

Post by Rensenbrink » 2019/03/25 16:13:35

For what it's worth, the deltarpm=0 trick also did it for me.

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Errno 256 No more mirrors to try error

Post by edwardsmarkf » 2019/03/25 16:32:05

hello all -

i use C7 on VirtualBox to test with. i usually try to start with a fresh installation, which i have done many times now and has always worked. the steps are always the same, create new VM, connect the ISO file, blah blah blah, and finally once installed run "yum -y update".

for some reason the last couple of days i keep getting this error:

Error 416 - Requested Range not Satisfiable
Error 256 No more mirrors to try

Ironically, i have another VM installed using the identical ISO file with the identical method from last week, and that VM runs "yum -y update" fine.

the only thing i can guess is there is something going on with initial installs now.

is anybody else running into this issue?

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Re: yum upgrade problem

Post by TrevorH » 2019/03/25 16:54:44

Yes, and now your thread is merged with the main one discussing this problem.
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