When tightening down your SSL cipher suites, telling your clients which ciphers they’re sending can be a big help in getting them to get their side in order.
So I’ve never cared much for the whole DevOps thing and I sort of snicker when it’s mentioned at the office but hey, I get that it’s one of the cool new buzzwords. I get that it makes managing a ton of servers considerably easier even if it means (as a developer) that I have to remember to disable the agent when I’m playing around or my changes will be overwritten. I decided that even though it’s not really part of my playground, my servers are all controlled by the Puppet master and it might be good to have a working knowledge of what it’s doing.
So you say you want to download a rpm file from some repository but you don’t necessarily want to install it right away? Or perhaps you want to host it yourself. Well, how about using yumdownloader? Read More