You can create a local repository to act as a host for the Advanced Server RPM packages if the server on which you wish to install Advanced Server (or supporting components) cannot directly access the EnterpriseDB repository. Please note that this is a high-level listing of the steps requires; you will need to modify the process for your individual network.
1. Use yum to install the epel-release, yum-utils, and createrepo packages:
5. Install your preferred webserver on the host that will act as your local repository, and ensure that the repository directory is accessible to the other servers on your network.
6. On each isolated database server, configure yum to pull updates from the mirrored repository on your local network. For example, you might create a repository configuration file called /etc/yum.repos.d/edb-repo with connection information that specifies:[edbas11]
name=EnterpriseDB Advanced Server 11
gpgcheck=0After specifying the location and connection information for your local repository, you can use yum commands to install Advanced Server and its supporting components on the isolated servers. For example: