Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 235509
yum-updateonboot: init priority to start after autofs
Last modified: 2014-01-21 17:57:47 EST
We'd like to be able to use yum-updateonboot on our systems.
Unfortunately (for us), our local yum mirrors are made available via autofs'd
nfs mounts, and since autofs start priority is 28, and yum-updateonboot is 25,
that's a problem.
So, please consider changing yum-updateonboot's start/stop priorities to
start/stop after autofs.
Created attachment 151885 [details]
change yum-updateonboot priority 25/75 -> 30/70
Created attachment 151887 [details]
specfile patch enabling priorities patch
(I'd much rather not have to keep using a locally patched version... :) )
I could even apply the patch(es) for you, if you're busy.
Thanks for the patches, I add them very soon.
I have added the priorities patch upstream, i will push a new yum-utils release,