An import set acts as a staging table to store raw data from an external source.The import process uses a transform map to add or update data from the import set to an existing Service Now table such as incident or problem.We have an internal yum server containing several repos (copies of the RHEL repo, programs created in-house, and so on).Our internal systems are firewalled off from the internet, so they can only use our internal server.In order to test patches out before pushing them all the way into production, we have a repos are disabled by default.One of the repos is used for a few packages that we fetch from epel, rpmforge and so on.
This marked a milestone as I am now able to move past Write Excel's feature set and move on to new features that I wasn't able to support previously.
in /home/foobar/code and somehow you'd like to convince perl to find that version of the module, and not the one that was installed in the system.
When perl encounters array that contains directory names.
I don't think the problem is on the server side, because when I tried doing a search from another machine, it found the package.
I verified that the repo files were correct and that the name I started digging into the webserver logs on the yum server, and didn't find any hits from the IP for the client that couldn't find the files.