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Custom repo using /etc/yum.repos.d/

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Re: Custom repo using /etc/yum.repos.d/

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The responses above helped me with the problems i had, however the right answer is that when using blueprints in version 2.6 onwards when the vdf file is registered, we have to specify the repositories in that file. That input is then used to create another ambari-hdp-repo-1.repo which will then be subsequently used.

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