NGINX Yum Proxy Repository Setup for Amazon Linux EC2
This article is talking about the setting yum proxy for Amazon Linux distribution on AWS Cloud. Read on to find out more!
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In the organization, direct exposure to download system or application packages is not allowed due to controlled environment and security risk. To avoid the direct download can set a yum proxy for all the Linux and Unix distributions.
There are so many ways to configure yum proxy via NGINX, Nexus, or JFROG. However, this article is talking about the setting yum proxy for Amazon Linux distribution on AWS Cloud. As some artifactory servers do not support to make a yum proxy for the Amazon Linux EC2.
Few steps need to follow to set yum proxy for Amazon Linux EC2. First, we need to create the yum proxy server with NGINX then need to configure the client to install system or application packages.
On the Server-side —
On the Client-side —
Also can be checked that all the packages have been synched with the NGINX server. Open the browser and enter —
Here all the packages will be displayed as below —
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