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I am looking at setting up several Centos machines in my network and would like to have them update from a centralised server on the network. I am hoping to save bandwidth by not having to update each OS from the internet.

The solutions I have found require me to mirror the entire centos repository, which I find to be a terrible waste of storage considering that I would only ever be using a fraction of the packages available.

The solution I am looking for would allow all machines to point to a local yum server for packages and if the latter doesn't have the requested package, get it from the www and cache it for the next request.

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marked as duplicate by dawud, Matthew Ife, Ward, Cristian Ciupitu, mdpc Jul 2 '14 at 15:08

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Take a look at http-replicator or mrepo.

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