[Resolved] Yum Installation Failed Due To HTTPS Error 404 – Not Found

I am trying to install Yum but I am getting error https error 404 not found in Redhat 7 machines. In this article, we will provide the exact solution for the yum installation failure for Linux admins and other folks also.

Here is the full log error file:


failure: repodata/repomd.xml from rhel-7-server-ansible-2.5rpms:[Errno256] No more mirrors to try.
https://yourmachine hostname /repose/RedHat 7 /server/x86_64/ansible/2.5/repodata/repomd.xml: [Errno 14] HTTPS Error 404 - Not Found
failure: repodata / repomd.xml from HDP repos [Error 256] No more mirrors to try.
https://your machine hostname /repose/RedHat 7 /server/x86_64/ansible/2.5/repodata/repomd.xml [Errno 14] HTTP Error 307 - Temporary Redirect

Solution 1:

Step 1: First, check whether the machine has internet access or not.

Step 2: Then go to Yum Repos path on your machine like below:

cd /etc/yum.repos.d

Step 3: Find any other related repo files in the above path then delete it.

Step 4: After that try the below command:

yum -y install

Solution 2:

In case if you are getting the same error with yum update properly then go to yum configuration file then update like the below steps.

Step 1: GPG armor is not enabled on the server side so first, we need to enable it like repo_gpgcheck is set t0 in the yum.conf file.

Step 2: Try to update Yum Repos using below command:

yum update

Summary: The above error belongs to the Red hat does not support rep Gpgcheck then update it like the above steps. It sometimes unnecessary Repos files in the Yum directory so delete that first then try to install it properly. When will get this type of error like unable to update Yum Repos at the time we need the configuration of the Yum.config file properly others will get the HTTPS Error 404 – Not Found in the command line while installing other packages also. The above solutions are very simple to resolve the issues for Linux admins as well as some other folks. Yum is mandatory for the Linux family for package installations.