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Daniel B. Thurman wrote:
>
>> OK, I believe I understand your question a bit better.
>>
>> Since you are able to use firefox, for example, without problem it
>> doesn't appear you have a true network issue.  Or, at least, it isn't
>> local to you.  If firefox were also giving you grief it would be a
>> different story.
>>
>> Generally I'm having no issues with yum on updates or installs.  I did
>> have to add "exclude=.gov, .sg"
>> to my fastestmirror.conf as I use yum-plugin-fastestmirror and have had
>> issues with slow network to Singapore.
>>
>> Are you using yum-plugin-fastestmirror
>>     
> Yes.  I tried it with and without.  Problems are the same.  Seems to
> me it is a yum problem, but I am speculating.  I am running FF. sendmail,
> DNS, etc.. a LOT of services and I am not seeing any problems.  Just
> with yum installs/updates.
>
>   
Well, all I can say is that I'm certainly not seeing any problems with
yum here.  At least not after I excluded Singapore. 

I suppose that if I was in your position I'd be starting wireshark and
seeing if I could learn anything.


-- 
"I think Michael is like litmus paper - he's always trying to learn." --
Elizabeth Taylor, absurd non-sequitir about Michael Jackson

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