On Tue, 2010-09-28 at 12:47 -0700, Jesse Keating wrote:
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On 09/25/2010 10:55 AM, Owen Taylor wrote:
> One big caveat is that the result of a F14 => rawhide upgrade is a messy
> hybrid -
> $ rpm -qa | grep fc14 | wc -l
> $ rpm -qa | grep fc15 | wc -l
This isn't a reasonable measurement. A significant amount of builds in
rawhide are inherited from Fedora 14 (and earlier). There is expected
to be a high number of packages with .fc14 or .fc13/12/11 in rawhide at
Also - if you want to see from where a package was installed run:
yum list installed
and look at the last column
the name following the @ is the repo it was installed from.
the yumdb also contains more verbose info as to which release of the
fedora repo it was installed using.