When performing an OS patch update using the command
sudo yum update,
if the RPMS for Apigee have changed since their last update,
the patch update will pull down new Apigee RPMs.
The next time components are restarted, change deltas will be reported due to RPM changes,
which you might not want to happen.
To prevent Apigee components from getting the new RPMs when a OS patch update is done through the
sudo yum update command, you can disable the Apigee repos from getting automated
upgrades. Later, when you need to apply Apigee upgrades, you can re-enable those repos.
To disable the Apigee repos, enter the following commands:
yum-config-manager --disable apigee-release yum-config-manager --disable apigee-thirdparty When upgrades to Apigee are needed, reenable the repos with this command: yum-config-manager --enable apigee-release yum-config-manager --enable apigee-thirdparty