I have been working with CentOS for quite a while now and i got used to the way the repos are managed. Recently a new proprietary app required the company to get RHEL licences and the repo management has become a nightmare.
Synchronizing the RHEL repo means downloading almost 15k packages (for v5) and i would really like to limit my mirror to offer packages based on a specific release (i.e. 5.8, 5.9).
I have been googling for a few days and i can't find anything related. any ideas how is it implemented in CentOS?
I forgot to add that i'm already using mrepo for repo sync and cobbler for systems provisioning.