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redhat upgrade within same release

If upgrading from one release to another without going to a major release what is the best way to do it with redhat satellite server? Can up2date be run to update all the major packages? How is the kernel package installed?
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Mazdajai

You use up2date -l to list available updates and up2date -u to download all update from RHN, assuming you are referring to RHEL4.
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I still fail to see where all you guys get the clue that lolaferrari is talking about RHEL4... sorry. RHEL4 is EOL anyway since Feb.2012 for most of us.

But if so, this true, since yum was introduced in RHEL5.
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