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See Section 3.1.3, “Applying Changes Introduced by Installed Updates” for general instructions about applying changes made by errata updates.
After downloading and installing security errata and updates, it is important to halt the usage of the old software and begin using the new software.
Upgrading Your Current System Once upgraded or re-installed, re-register system as described at How do I re-register my system with Red Hat Network (RHN) Classic ?
These controls depend on the exact vulnerability, but may include additional firewall rules, the use of external firewalls, or changes in software settings.
subcommand itself accepts a number of commands, some of which pertain to security-related uses.
The system would need to be deleted from RHN and re-registered after the upgrade.
Charles, I'm not aware of any personally but this would be a great topic to bring up on the RHEL support community here on the Portal: https://access.redhat.com/groups/red-hat-enterprise-linux Our users there will definitely be able to offer some advice.
The old adage of ...there is always time to do it over, there is never time to do it right.... If it is important for it to work right, do a fresh reinstall. Red Hat, Solaris, HPUX, and a few others have always recommended against upgrades between major versions. I can tell you war stories including what should have been a painful 3 month 3000 man/hour Documentum upgrade (3 major versions up) with an easy backout plan, and turned into a 14 month uber painful massive effort with a career ending backout plan using over 12,000 man/hours.