From: Enrico Scholz (enrico.scholz_at_sigma-chemnitz.de)
Date: Wed 23 Feb 2005 - 12:41:39 GMT
erwan_at_seanodes.com (Velu Erwan) writes:
>> I have to admit that I do not know anything about 'urpmi', but with
>> 'yum' and 'apt' I can configure the repository which is going to be
>> used. This makes it possible to install FC2 guests on FC3 hosts by using
>> '... -d fc2'.
> In urpmi you can choose the repository you want to install.
How do I specify this repository in the 'vserver ... build -m
>> Using /.rpmdb is a hack; /dev would be a much nicer place because it
>> is available everywhere and ignored by rpm. But there is rh bugzilla
>> bug #106057 which requires that the rpm database must be both in the
>> chroot-environment and in the real-root one. So the /.rpmdb has to
> SO it seems that many vserver are sharing the /.rpmdb of my real system.
> So it sounds like all my vserver are sharing the same rpmdb which is not
> interesting. Am I wrong ?
Yes, you are wrong ;) /.rpmdb is mounted in a separate namespace
used only for exactly one 'rpm --root' operation.
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