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I would recommend installing from AppStream: yum module list postgresql yum module install -y postgresql:{ver} postgres --version For more information, run through this online lab! https://lab.redhat.com/appstream-manage


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After some searching, I found this article (https://bgstack15.wordpress.com/2019/05/05/reposync-fails-no-more-mirrors-to-try/) which suggested deleting some of the affected files in the repo. So I removed the files (rm -f openscap*) in the 'updates' Packages directory (13 removed) and on the next sync I got no errors for those packages (13 downloaded). ...


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Please, register your RHEL version. # subscription-manager register --username admin-example --password secret --auto-attach Then validate repos. To see a list of available repositories: # subscription-manager repos --list To enable a specific Red Hat repository: # subscription-manager repos --enable=rhel-6-server-optional-rpms Enabling or disabling a ...


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you can always install any version directly from the sources (https://www.postgresql.org/ftp/source/v12.4/ in your example).


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For me, this was fixed after removing the subscription-manager: sudo dnf remove subscription-manage


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Looks like there is no simple answer on your question. I find question similar to yours. And looks like this is only one way, you should check in %pre section properly installed packages, but not using rpm command. May be check for existing files or something like that.


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