Repositories are packages that are grouped together because they belong to a same interest or main program.
PowerEL has a range of repositories, also referred to as repos, that you can enable to get access to those packages.
A list of repositories can be found here on this page.
To enable a repository, use your favourite editor to change the enable=0 to enable=1 in the repo file located in /etc/yum.repos.d/.
This repo is the base repository required to run all PowerEL packages.
It contains all core packages, including some libraries needed for multiple of the other repos.
The main kernel package is a mainline latest LTS kernel.
This repo contains all virtualization and emulation packages.
While this repo focuses on KVM and containers, it also includes emulation technologies.
For KVM the qemu and libvirt packages are available to enable you to create a virtualized environment.
For containers, kubernetes with cri-o are availabel to create a world of containers.
This repository has all web based packages, from Apache HTTP, nginx, to specific web applictions.
This repository has all text based packages.
This repository has all graphical based packages including window managers, tiling managers and other graphical based applications.
This repository focusses on all types of storage and printing solutions, that are not in the base repository.
While some storage engines are more pervesive, they tend to land up in the base repository, others are specialized and get into this repository.
This repository focusses on PostgreSQL database and all packages related to PostgreSQL database.
This repository includes all MariaDB related packages, including Galera, xtrabackup and many more.
This is the repository for the open source Oracle MySQL.
This repository does not include Galera, because MySQL has group replication, which is the internal replication for MySQL.
This is the repository of Percona Server packages, a combination of MySQL with Galera and some Percona flavour to create a single package.
This is the repository for NoSQL databases, such as MongoDB, Redis, and so on.
This repository is for Monitoring, Metrics and notifications.
It hosts Icinga2, Prometheus, Grafana, Graphite, …, and many more.
This repository is for all communication services, such as Jabber/XMMP, VoIP, chatbots and many more.
This repository is for all message queueing systems, such as ZeroMQ, MQTT, RabbitMQ, and many more.
This is the repository for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning software.
This is the repository for all management and console systems to manage infrastructure as code and other machines.