A Virtual Repository defined in Artifactory aggregates packages from both local and remote repositories.
This allows you to access both locally hosted RPM packages and remote proxied RPM repositories from a single URL defined for the virtual repository.
To define a virtual YUM repository, from the Administration module, go to Repositories | Repositories | Virtual, set the Package Type to be RPM, and select the underlying local and remote RPM repositories to include in the Basic settings tab.
When using virtual RPM repositories, Artifactory does not support using YUM or DNF commands that use the
updateinfo.xml metadata file.
To allow deploying packages to this repository, set the Default Deployment Repository.