In this article, we have learnt how to downgrade RHEL/CentOS system to the immediately previous minor version. You can use these steps to downgrade RHEL/CentOS/Fedora/SUSE Linux systems. If you want to downgrade to two previous minor versions (7.6 to 7.4) just run the yum downgrade command twice, as long as the kernel version is compatible with it. Here is a list of all minor releases and their associated kernel versions.
If you have upgraded your kernel and redhat-release packages and you are encountering some issues. Do you want to downgrade to a lower minor release. In this article, we will describe how to do downgrade RHEL or CentOS version to previous minor version.
This section contains general information on how to revert to an earlier versionof a package.cautionYou must at least have a database backup created under the version you aredowngrading to. Ideally, you should have afull backup archiveon hand.The example below demonstrates the downgrade procedure when downgrading between minorand patch versions (for example, from 13.0.6 to 13.0.5).When downgrading between major versions, take into account thespecific version changes that occurred when you upgradedto the major version you are downgrading from.These steps consist of: Stopping GitLab Removing the current package Installing the old package Reconfiguring GitLab Restoring the backup Starting GitLab Steps: Stop GitLab and remove the current package:# If running Pumasudo gitlab-ctl stop puma# Stop sidekiqsudo gitlab-ctl stop sidekiq# If on Ubuntu: remove the current packagesudo dpkg -r gitlab-ee# If on Centos: remove the current packagesudo yum remove gitlab-ee Identify the GitLab version you want to downgrade to:# (Replace with gitlab-ce if you have GitLab FOSS installed)# Ubuntusudo apt-cache madison gitlab-ee# CentOS:sudo yum --showduplicates list gitlab-ee Downgrade GitLab to the desired version (for example, to GitLab 13.0.5):# (Replace with gitlab-ce if you have GitLab FOSS installed)# Ubuntusudo apt install gitlab-ee-13.0.5-ee.0.
CentOS/RHEL 8.5 will be released on January 1, 2022. It is proposed to stop mirroring CentOS 8.5 at vaultspace.org within two days of its release and remove CentOS 8.5 from the mirrors at the end of January 1, 2022. RHEL 8.5 will be released on January 1, 2022.
A lot of features were added to the new kernel version 4.19.0-1. The CentOS developers fixed a huge number of bugs including security vulnerabilities. Some of the security issues fixed in this release are about disk management system (dms), network virtual machine (nvme) modules. You can see the security issues fixed by running the rhel-security/centos-7 command.
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