the packages we want to have very tight control over the versions. Since
they are critical to our application, we only upgrade them after testing in
our test environment, and we schedule upgrades during low traffic times. I
don't want puppet to upgrade my database whenever a new package appears. I
specified the version in my puppet manifest to prevent the package from
automatically upgrading, however when I went to generate another instance
using the same config, that version of the package was gone from the Ubuntu
repo. Only the more recent ones are there.
For some of the packages, I've been packing them myself into my own repo,
however packaging the database (postgresql) has proven too be too much
Any solutions or ideas?
We're using Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS.
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