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“Yum” is a package-management utility for RPM-compatible Linux operating systems that can be utilized by the Teradata Client packaging to allow an administrator to manage a repository of packages for network installation and software distribution.  “YUM” stands for “Yellowdog Updater, Modified” and is an open-source, command-line product included with RedHat Enterprise Linux, and Fedora Linux.    This document will explain how to set up a simple Yum repository with the Linux Teradata Client packages, and how to use the resulting repositories to install packages across the network.


As part of my job, I have to understand the patching model of all databases our clients are using, in order to assure maximum security level. I have a couple of questions regarding the database, and I couldn't find the answers I was looking for online. Hope you can help me here,

1. Is there somewhere online we can see a list of all patches released for the DB? We are mostly interested in Security updates.

2. Is there some fixed date for patches? Like, for example, a new patch is releases every 2 month?