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Updating private repo

If you have binaries in your build context that are managed by Git LFS, only the pointer file will be present in the clone made during the automated build, which is not what you want.

The Bootable DSU ISO will include a Linux kernel, when creating use a catalog that has Linux updates using #dsu –catalog-location=     To provide the path of the output XML file generated by the Inventory Collector dsu --preview     Displays a preview of the updated system inventory post commit. To install OMSA using this repository, use the following commands: #yum install srvadmin-all #zypper install srvadmin-all OMSA services should be manually started after installing/upgrading OMSA using DSU repository To upgrade OMSA using this repository, where an OMSA version is already installed in the system, use the following commands.

on the catalog that has the updates for Ubuntu operating system, refer Ubuntu Catalog Note: 1) "rebuilt" versions of the above such as Cent OS or Scientific Linux and community distros like Fedora and Open SUSE are not tested with this repository.

2) Support for Ubuntu is pre-enabled only on 12th and 13th generation of Power Edge systems.

The first time you create a new automated build, Docker Hub builds your image.