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On 6 Nov 2013, at 22:33, bad apple <mr.meowski@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
Problem is name resolution - so it will be name resolution - really (Or selinux, or a proxy setting, or something really weird)...
I hit similar recently.
I think yum is doing something odd, check (and/or post) contents of /etc/resolv.conf
In particular are all name servers listed (or served via DHCP) working and resolving this address?
Failing that check /var/log/audit to rule out SELinux
And double check /etc/yum for proxy, and/or shell settings.
But I'm betting one nameserver isn't playing, and yum is intolerant of that when it shouldn't be.
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