[root@bastion-IDC src]# yum list. Please verify its path and try again. Xml) for repository: rpmforge. Error: Cannot retrieve repository metadata (repomd. Could not retrieve mirrorlist http://mirrorlist. Xml) for repository: rpmforge. Xml: [Errno 14]
PYCURL ERROR 7 – “couldn’t connect to host”
Trying other mirror. 1）Error: Cannot retrieve repository metadata (repomd. Org/el6/mirrors-rpmforge error was
14: PYCURL ERROR 7 – “couldn’t connect to host”
Repo to restore it to its original form. This is not supported, and you should edit the repo file /etc/yum. But it is much more likely that someone has messed with the base repo, so as to attempt to force it to remain on 7.
The recommended way is to do a clean install. The only supported upgrade method for RHEL7 is via the preupgrade assistant and redhat-upgrade-tool. As I said above this is only a proof of concept on how it is supposed to work, but unfortunately the CentOS tools are not yet ready for production (the ones I used were in development), so I would definitely not recommend using them.
Crt are too old. One work-around until you upgrade to a newer version of CentOS would be to change the epel.
@Niko_K: deleting the rpm database files has nothing to do with the Grub configuration which sets the default boot entry which should be “System Upgrade” (that is, if redhat-upgrade-tool completed successfully). Conf and see the new upgrade entry. I suggest you check again and possibly re-run redhat-upgrade-tool; upon completion you should be able to check /boot/grub. Also, having /boot and /home as separate partitions shouldn’t matter (I have the same configuration with /boot, /home and /). If you need to fix the existing rpm database check out this post: http://linuxsysconfig.
6 into my laptop. I am installed CentOS 5. When I type yum update, I get the below error: Loaded plugins: fastestmirror Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile.
Net on 31st August 2017, and is also available for CentOS/RHEL 6. 4 at Webtatic via Yum. 23 has been released on PHP.
The first step with things like this is to make sure yum’s config has not become
confused at some point, do a refresh like this: yum clean all.
Could not retrieve mirrorlist . Hi, I am facing the following error when trying to update.
I haven’t used the original tool (for RHEL7) but I suspect the CentOS equivalent is still work in progress, so I decided to skip it. It should be run until all tests pass successfully. Not sure it did anything on my VM as all tests returned “not applicable”. More info on the preupgrade assistant is available in the RedHat official documentation. This does a check on the installed system and tries to identify potential issues after the upgrade.
(8 replies) Greetings, Can anyone help me on how to fix this problem. When i run yum update from CLI i got this one [root at ict ~]# yum update Loaded plugins.
Error: Cannot retrieve repository metadata (repomd. Sudo yum remove cent.