vzrhnproxy utility is used to set up a Red Hat Network (RHN) Proxy Server meant for handling the packages included in the RHEL 4 and 5 OS EZ templates. It has the following syntax:
vzrhnproxy update [
vzrhnproxy utility can be installed with the
rpm -i command on any 'RHEL 4'-based server (e.g. RHEL 4 and RHEL 5, Fedora 7 and 8, or CentOS 4 and 5). To start using
vzrhnproxy for creating an RHN Proxy Server, you should specify valid credentials in the
/etc/vz/rhnproxy/rhn.conf file to log in to RHN and run the
vzrhnproxy register command on the server where you wish to create the RHN Proxy Server. This command will:
OS_name. In the current version of Virtuozzo, this name can be set to one of the following:
4AS for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 Advanced Server;
4ES for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 Edge Server;
4WS for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 Workstation;
4Desktop for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 Desktop;
5Server for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Server;
5Client for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Desktop;
OS_archwhich can be one of the following:
i386for 32-bit versions of RHEL 4 and 5,
x86_64for x86-64-bit versions of RHEL 4 and 5, or
ia64for IA64-bit versions of RHEL 4 and 5;
HN1_IP_Addressaccess to the RHN Proxy Server; you can specify several IP addresses to allows several Hardware Nodes to use this Proxy Server.
vzrhnproxy list command displays a list of all system profiles you have registered with Red Hat Network.
vzrhnproxy update command updates the repodata in the pseudo-repository on the Proxy Server for the specified system profile (
profile_name); you can specify more than one system profile whose repodata are to be updated.
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