I have used reposync to create and maintain local copies of two repositories, remi and remi-test. These are repositories maintained by Remi Collet. On several systems in an internal LAN, I added both repos and have used them. So there are, at any given time, files from both repos installed on my systems. (My systems are a mix of the latest version of RHEL/CentOS 5 and 6).
Now I want to remove, over time, all of the files which are installed from the remi-test repo and only use files from the remi repo.
If I use:
# reposync -d -r remi-test
that will delete any files from my local copy that are also deleted from the remi-test repository, and then will download the new files into my local copy.
How would I begin to only
yum update from remi, and not remi-test, without simply uninstalling (via
yum erase) all remi-test files? What I'm trying to avoid is sudden dependency errors due to uninstalling newer files (which would be in remi-test, but not yet remi).
Is this a reposync solvable 'problem', or a yum one?