@grizzly Hello again. Continuing here from your initial GitHub issue relating to your submitted Rock-on and it’s Rockstor version requirement.
The updates you require are currently only available in the Stable channel. See our:
If you had previously selected the testing channel from our now dated ISO then you would need to execute a one-off:
This was down to a bug in the now legacy CentOS based testing channel.
This should address your:
Must I wait for the next scheduled update event to occur?
comment in the GitHub issue.
See: To all Stable Channel subscribers
So what you need is the Stable channel and to pick up the latest in that channel.
yum info rockstor
will should always tell you the actual version.
So if you could post that we can see where you are actually at currently.
If you look to the final pull request prior to our publishing the Rock-on you originally submitted you will see the “Note:” re the Rockstor version requirement in picture form.
“add postgres-10.6.json to root.json & normalise with 9.5 variant. Fixes #221” #222
If that was not showing in your version then maybe your local development version was taking preciseness. I.e. you have an earlier version than you actually submitted as that text was in the version of the Rock-on that was eventually merged initiallly.
So lets see what that yum command outputs and we can take it from there. My suspicion is that you have a really early version some how as the latest testing channel on the CentOS side was 3.9.1-16 and the latest stable on CentOS side is now 3.9.2-56 so 3.9.2-1 is pretty odd.
Our Web-UI text relating to the channel status is currently misleading but has been much improved in versions on from what you had installed previously, 3.9.2-48. If in fact you were running that version given the first forum link above’s info on the bug in moving from the now legacy CentOS based testing to a stable. All a bit higgledy-piggledy currently given we have over a 2 year old ISO. But that situation is due to change shortly hopefully.
So lets see the output of those 2 commands.