A local mirrored yum repository is a copy of the standard yum repositories for CentOS that exists on your local network. It is kept up to date by synchronizing to an external site. If you have more than a few local hosts, using a local mirrored repo can significantly reduce internet traffic and speed up the update process.
This blog describes how to create, sync, test and use a local mirrored repo for CentOS 6.4. You will be shown how to create the repo, keep it in sync using cron, test the implementation and how to update the /etc/yum.repos.d directory on each host. It also provides 4 bash scripts that you can customize for your site to make maintenance easier.
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