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managing *.list files

I'm still looking for a primer on managing the various .list files in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ - I had an os.list that was kind of old, and things were 404ing for my RHEL4 system (that weren't when I set it up originally). I did an apt-get upgrade (with source info from apt.sw.be) and got told of an os.list.rpmnew, which had newer links to mirror.centos.org. I'm in the middle of another update/upgrade now, with the apt.sw.be commented out, and the entries for centos.org's os/, updates/, and extras/ enabled. (and golly, what's "fasttrack/"?)

Is that what I really want? Should I leave apt.sw.be in there too?

Something that presented this in an FAQ or other conventional wisdom would be great!

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