Updating glibc redhat
Open SSL is used in BMC Discovery for communication between appliances for consolidation and clustering, and between appliances and Windows proxies.All these channels currently use 512 bit DH parameters.
__| __|_ ) _| ( / Amazon Linux AMI ___|\___|___| https://aws.amazon.com/amazon-linux-ami/2013.03-release-notes/ There are 12 security update(s) out of 25 total update(s) available Run "sudo yum update" to apply all updates.The latest BMC Discovery Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6 OS upgrade includes all applicable Red Hat updates up to 17th August, 2017.The OS upgrade supports the installed BMC Discovery (64 bit architecture) virtual appliances on RHEL 6.Anyway, for glibc, the answer is pretty much every process.What would be useful would be to know which processes are left over with the old copy, and this command won't tell you.2) Copy the old delete the symlinks (not the directories that they point to), and create directories in their place.
Failing to replace the symlinks with static directories will result in missing and/or out of date headers.
The rpm --rebuilddb didn't give any output, so not sure if it contributed.
In my case the yum reinstall glibc did the trick, it completed the updates of glibc, and glibc-common that were left hanging.
That's a pretty roundabout and inaccurate method.
How do I detect running processes using a library package?
Be strongly forewarned that performing this procedure incorrectly can & will result in an unbootable and unusable system.