python-psutil-2.2.1 has been in epel7-testing for over a month now,
and I intend to push it to stable in the coming weeks. It is needed
for the letsencrypt tools.
There are a few small incompatibilities, but none of the dependencies
that we found in EPEL7 itself would be affected. Of course, there
could be software not in EPEL7 that uses this package.. but that's why
we're taking our time before pushing this update to stable.
Please test the bodhi update when you can, so we can make way for
I thought I would send out an email with the plans for epel and ansible
Since ansible 2.0 is (to a pretty high degree) compatible with the same
playbooks as 1.9.x, we are going to just update the existing ansible
package rather than create a parallel installable one.
Note that while playbooks should be compatible and require no changes,
if you are using the ansible API, you will need to adjust your
(The ansible api is not guaranteed stable between any versions)
To allow for additional testing and folks to check/port their
scripts/plugins we are going to leave the ansible 2.0.0.x packages in
epel-testing for a longer than normal time period. We will send another
notice before the 2.0.0.x version goes to stable. Currently version
184.108.40.206 is available in epel6 and epel7 testing repositories.