Creating a custom Yum Repo that contains Uptycs

Creating a custom Yum Repo that contains Uptycs


This document details steps to create a custom yum repository containing the Uptycs osquery agent.


Note : Steps provided below can be placed into a Chef recipe.

# get the createrepo package (if not installed already)
yum -y install createrepo

# Create local repo and add uptycs agent rpm 
vi /etc/yum.repos.d/custom.repo

# baseurl file location can be a file share, e.g. /<sharepath>/agentrepo instead of  /root/customrepo/
name=Custom Agent Repository

# copy uptycs agent (osquery- to /root/customrepo (or fileshare location)

# run the command to create the yum repo 
createrepo /root/customrepo
# or: createrepo /<sharepath>/agentrepo
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