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I have enabled the epel and remi repositories, but:

yum install rsnapshot

produces

No package rsnapshot available.

rsnapshot was in EPEL on prior versions... was it removed?

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Use RepoForge repo: http://pkgs.repoforge.org/rsnapshot/

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Is rsnapshot no longer in the repositories? –  Nick Jul 23 '12 at 19:42
    
I think yes, because I watch it in EPEL for 5.x. But I don't know why. rsnapshot is stable enough. RepoForge is ex-RPMForge (it was renamed). You can try to use this repo with yum protectbase plugin if you afraid to non-consistent updates. Thanks. –  Evgeniy Yablokov Jul 23 '12 at 19:48
    
It hasn't been added to the default repositories, no. You'll have to add the RPMforge repository. Instructions can be found here. –  nojak Jul 23 '12 at 20:01
    
For completeness, you need to install some dependencies first yum install perl rsync wget perl-DBI perl-XML-Simple perl-XML-Filter-BufferText. You also need to get the XML-Validator-Schema package, which doesn't appear to have a repo package for it either, wget http://pkgs.repoforge.org/perl-XML-Validator-Schema/perl-XML-Validator-Schema-1.‌​10-1.el6.rf.noarch.rpm and then rpm -ivh perl-XML-Validator-Schema-1.10-1.el6.rf.noarch.rpm. –  Nick Jul 23 '12 at 20:09
    
Or maybe adding the RPMforge per your comment could be done instead of the instructions in my comment since it would likely resolve and install it's own dependencies? I got it installed now though, thanks! –  Nick Jul 23 '12 at 20:13
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Rsnapshot is in the Fedora Repositories, however it looks like it hasn't been built for RHEL6, and the last RHEL5 build appears to be from 2009.

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If anything it looks like the package is in need of some love and attention again. This looks like a good chance for someone to get more involved in the open source community!

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