Comments 3 Posted In Red Hat Enterprise Linux Tags kernel rhel_7 update yum How to upgrade RHEL 7.0 to 7.3? Latest response 2019-08-30T03:03:10+00:00 Hello Everyone, I would like to upgrade my system from RHEL 7.0 to 7.3. When I do # yum update, it's directly going to 7.7. How to get 7.3? Please help. Regards, Vijayakumar VA Started 2019-08-29T06:10:17+00:00 by Vijayakumar A Active Contributor 125 points Log in to join the conversation Responses Sort By Oldest Sort By Newest BH Red Hat Active Contributor 365 points 29 August 2019 6:58 AM Bernie Hoefer Red Hat offers an Extended Update Service, which allows customers to keep their RHEL systems at a particular minor version. Unfortunately, RHEL 7.3 EUS is past its end of life. Is your system registered to a Satellite server? If it is, then you can create a content view in the Satellite that filters out all errata on and after RHEL 7.4's release date of 2017-07-31. Else, I believe your only option would be to create your own repository from the RHEL 7.3 DVD. VA Active Contributor 125 points 29 August 2019 10:30 AM Vijayakumar A Thank you, Bernie! Red Hat Active Contributor 117 points 30 August 2019 3:03 AM Sandeep M Jayaprakash Article How to tie a system to a specific update of Red Hat Enterprise Linux? should help. # subscription-manager release --set=7.3 # subscription-manager release --show This worked in a previous discussion. Also see article 92383.