How to downgrade my sssd version

How do I get downgrades for my sssd packages too the below
sssd-2.9.1-4.el9_3.1.x86_64.rpm and 17 associated sssd-, libsss_ and libipa_hbac packages.

I currently have sssd-2.9.1-4.el9_3.5 and want to downgrade to the sssd-2.9.1-4.el9_3.1.

Do you have a url or repo I can use to get older packages?

So i got this to work and can confirm the 2.9.1-4.el9_3.5 does seem to have issues with sssd and ssh. I can now connected all the time without intermitted issues such as authorisation not allowed. I used the oracle repository which seemed to have the sssd-2.9.1-4-el9_3.1.x86_64.

Only issue is I need to do a yum upgrade rather than downgrade and it gets installed.

Reason must be when the package is installed it shows up as 2.9.1-4.0.1.el9_3.1.x86_64

2.9.1-4.0.1 is greater than 2.9.1-4
Oracle seems to have added a package that RHEL does not have.

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When you say its newer it has _3.1 and the other packages which has issues is _3.5 which I assumed is newer. In the actual repository it shows up as 2.9.1-4.el9_3.1 but when installed it has a -4.0.1.

The version is (looked from) inside the package, not in the filename …

But yes, use version in the filename would be nice. (Oracle is not the only one. Zoom and many others do that too.)

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