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Use Cloudera Manager with a local repo




We are using Cloudera free edition CDH4 on  Centos 6.


I created a local repo of CDH and want to use that versus getting data over our internet connection.


However it seems that the scm generates a new yum repo each time it starts up and overwrites my yum.repos.d repo files.

I see these repo files in the directory below and those are what seem to be used to overwrite /etc/yum.repos.d


                  cloudera-cdh4.repo  cloudera-manager.repo


Is there anyway to force scm to use my repo files?




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