Commit cedb14b4 authored by Tim Smith's avatar Tim Smith

Add ip_resolve as well

Signed-off-by: default avatarTim Smith <>
parent 12c9f283
......@@ -77,6 +77,7 @@ property :http_caching, String, equal_to: %w(packages all none), description: "D
property :installonly_limit, String, regex: [/^\d+/, /keep/], default: '3', description: "Number of packages listed in installonlypkgs to keep installed at the same time. Setting to 0 disables this feature. Default is '0'. Note that this functionality used to be in the 'installonlyn' plugin, where this option was altered via tokeep. Note that as of version 3.2.24, yum will now look in the yumdb for a installonly attribute on installed packages. If that attribute is 'keep', then they will never be removed."
property :installonlypkgs, String, description: 'List of package provides that should only ever be installed, never updated. Kernels in particular fall into this category. Defaults to kernel, kernel-bigmem, kernel-enterprise, kernel-smp, kernel-modules, kernel-debug, kernel- unsupported, kernel-source, kernel-devel, kernel-PAE, kernel- PAE-debug.'
property :installroot, String, description: 'Specifies an alternative installroot, relative to which all packages will be installed.'
property :ip_resolve, Integer, equal_to: %w(4 6), description: "Determines how yum resolves host names. '4': resolve to IPv4 addresses only. '6': resolve to IPv6 addresses only."
property :keepalive, [true, false], description: 'Set whether HTTP keepalive should be used for HTTP/1.1 servers that support it. This can improve transfer speeds by using one connection when downloading multiple files from a repository.'
property :keepcache, [true, false], default: false, description: 'Determines whether or not yum keeps the cache of headers and packages after successful installation.'
property :kernelpkgnames, String, description: 'List of package names that are kernels. This is really only here for the updating of kernel packages and should be removed out in the yum 2.1 series.'
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