Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1266923
RDO's hdf5 rpm/yum dependencies conflicts
Last modified: 2016-04-18 02:59:14 EDT
Description of problem:
sorry, I could not find this component in bugzilla list of components??
dear devel, can you help?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
is there anybody out there?
this really is a blocker for all those who use RDO and EPEL.
I'm resetting the assignee on this as I don't know anything about it.
I can say that a more thorough description of the problem would be helpful. What does the environment look like? Distro? Enabled repos (sounds like EPEL and RDO Kilo at least)? What were you trying to install when you hit the conflict? Stuff like that.
I don't see any problem report here. I'm closing this bug, but feel free to reopen it with additional details.
I presume you had a look at link I pasted to the original EPEL bugzilla?
You see OS releases and components that conflict there.
It is enough simply to have both repo enabled and do 'yum update' to hit that collision.
I imagine it might be tricky as many people use EPEL and not that many use RDO.
I understand, like in that other bugreport maintainer suggests would be best, the easiest if RDO provide own netcdf version +deps build with own hdf5.
Or, can we use RDO all main components having openstack-kilo's conflicting packages exluded, will it satisfy with older version of hdf5 +deps?
See my comments in #1266573.
this happens again, and will likely keep on happening.
what is the matter? It defeats the sole purpose of having openstack repo.
Guys/Gals can't you put into one repo with EPEL.
You do this hard work so it would be easier for us users then tiny little glitch like this negates it all this work.
--> Finished Dependency Resolution
Error: Package: netcdf-4.3.2-4.el7.x86_64 (@epel/7Everything)
Requires: hdf5 = 1.8.12
Removing: hdf5-1.8.12-6.el7.x86_64 (@epel)
hdf5 = 1.8.12-6.el7
Updated By: hdf5-1.8.13-7.el7.x86_64 (openstack-kilo)
hdf5 = 1.8.13-7.el7
We do provide compatible netcdf and hdf5 packages in our own repositories.
As EPEL is regularly breaking packages (e.g hiera), RDO repositories are self sufficient. EPEL compatibility is best effort and not guaranteed.
You may use legacy RDO repositories, but I strongly recommend using CentOS mirrors (release package is provided in CentOS extras channel).