If you’ve been wondering how to delete a package you mistakenly installed (or which is no longer needed) along with all its dependencies, here’s a neat way to achieve just that.
The idea is that whenever you use yum to perform some operation on packages, a transaction is created. If you installed a package along with its dependencies, then you can undo just that by undoing that transaction.
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I’m back from a 3-day-training about clusters with Linux which was pretty exciting, and here are the main points which were covered :
- Vitualization with Xen
- Sharing data with GFS / GNBD
- Clusters with RedHat Cluster Suite
- Load Balancing with Linux Virtual Server (LVS)
Continue reading Linux : Clusters, Vitualization, High Availability, Load balancing