Updating rhel 4
Maybe this has a drawback, but someone should explain where the drawback is when using a newer 6.while i am working without flaws with this solution. The yum packet manager seems to function in a normal way and if there should be a problem, i would try to fix this as well, but there is no problem (until now).The second is to use Red Hat Software Collections on RHEL 6, and that’s what I’m going to talk about in this blog post. [[email protected] ~]# yum repolist all | grep rhscl This system is receiving updates from Red Hat Subscription Management.rhel-server-rhscl-6-beta-debug-rpms Red Hat So disabled ... rhel-server-rhscl-6-rpms Red Hat So disabled rhel-server-rhscl-6-source-rpms Red Hat So disabled [[email protected] ~]# yum install -y -q httpd24-httpd ...If you are doing this on a production RHEL server, the simple rule is don't, don't do it.For testing purpose, feel free to add the fedora repo or rpmforge or whatever gives you the latest one.Upgrading a Red Hat Cluster from RHEL 4 to RHEL 5 consists of stopping the cluster, converting the configuration from a GULM cluster to a CMAN cluster (only for clusters configured with the GULM cluster manager/lock manager), adding node IDs, and updating RHEL and cluster software.
Here I’ve installed the httpd package, which includes many of the bundled modules.Recently, the latest version of Cent OS 7.3 was released.All users of Cent OS 7.0, 7.1 and 7.2 can upgrade their system to the most recent.But, I am quite sure you will face hell lot of dependency problems and worst case, system might break.There's no newer version of core RHEL components available (GLIBC, kernel, etc.). See: In Cent OS 6.x, how can I upgrade to Kernel 3.4?