On 2015-04-13 07:53, Tim wrote:
On Thu, 2015-04-09 at 21:05 -0600, Robin Laing wrote:
> In yum.conf I have (domain hidden) proxy=http:/webproxy.XXX.X:8080
Does your actual proxy config have "http://" rather than "http:/"?
Can you check that your proxy is working properly?
Sorry for taking so long.
It is http:// and it works for yum and yumex.
Today, doing updates I think I found the issue. Our corporate firewall
does bandwidth management and if you download over a certain amount of
data, it starts to throttle the path. This will be a subject of another
When it does this, it blocks site access and becomes slow, very slow. I
have come to the conclusion that fedup won't work through the firewall
because of this. I will have to create a local mirror to use fedup.
Running fedup multiple times finally got to the point that it said it
didn't have a boot image. I was already late so I didn't try anything