How does the CentOS numbering work?
Major releases are 'before the dot', eg 5.x and 6.x as far as I see, and minor changes after that.
- If I do a
yum updateon a 6.1 system, will it update to 6.current?
- Is it possible to safely upgrade from 6.x to 6.y via
- Is it possible to safely upgrade from 5.x to 6.x via
- What do the parts 'mean'?
- Are kernel updates on the left part? Or also on the right part?
- Would there be a reason and a way to keep the OS 'locked' on 6.1?
These are probably very basic questions but I just can't seem to find a good answer.