I recently ran into a bug in a script where I tried to do the following:
yum -y install another_package.x86_64 some_package.x86_64 && run_my_script
The script ran well on a newer CentOS, but when I tried to execute it on Cent OS 5,
some_package.x86_64 was not available. But instead of erroring and stopping
yum just printed the message:
No package some_package.x86_64 available.
How can I force
yum to error in such situations (which IMO should be the default) to make my scripts more robust?