Updating servers with rpm

You can update your Oracle VM Servers (3.x) with the Oracle Public Yum Server.In the Oracle VM Manager console go to the ‘Tools and Resources’ tab and click ‘Server Update Management (YUM)’.

blackhole.was a default SBL server but is no longer working and was removed on Oct 5, 2008.As a result: Therefore, unless you are an expert with yum and have made specific sme-related customizations for some reason, you must reset your yum repository configuration to the SME defaults using the instructions found at SME Server: Adding_Software#Restoring_Default_Yum_Repositories or your yum updates will fail sooner or later.All SME updates assume that the default repositories are enabled, and that any 3rd party repositories you may have configured are SME 7.2 includes different default values for some settings. Any configuration database item that has a "default" value can be set to the default value using SME 7.0 - 7.1.3 all defaulted to qpsmtpd Log Level 8 (or 'debug') in order to make sure that the logfile contained all plugin results.See ...: PHP Notice: Undefined index: a in /home/httpd/html/horde/lib/Horde/IMAP/on line 1275 ...: PHP Notice: Undefined index: a in /home/httpd/html/horde/lib/Horde/IMAP/on line 1438 ...: PHP Notice: Undefined index: value in /home/httpd/html/horde/imp/on line 361 Prior versions of SME Server allowed you to access server-manager using after establishing an ssh tunnel on port 980 to your SME server.You could also establish a tunnel from local port xxxx to port 443 on your SME server, then access server-manager at https://localhost:xxxx/server-manager Both of these options will now generate a page not found error after entering your admin username & password, as the login page automatically redirects both of these to "https://localhost/server-manager".Leaving it in will cause a great many false positives.

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