by McGranahan, Jamen (VU)
Most of our CentOS 7 servers are reporting that grub2 package needs to be upgraded, but they all fail to upgrade, giving this error message:
The following packages failed to install/update: grub2-common=1:2.02-0.87.el7.centos.7, grub2=1:2.02-0.87.el7.centos.7, grub2-pc-modules=1:2.02-0.87.el7.centos.7, grub2-tools-minimal=1:2.02-0.87.el7.centos.7, grub2-pc=1:2.02-0.87.el7.centos.7, grub2-tools=1:2.02-0.87.el7.centos.7, grub2-tools-extra=1:2.02-0.87.el7.centos.7
When I manually run yum update on these servers, I get "No packages marked for update". So why is Uyuni reporting that grub2 needs to be updated?
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