On Tue, 2008-04-29 at 21:31 +0800, John Summerfield wrote:
That's a shame. I have the equivalent to '-d 3' in
yum.conf since you
mentioned it last time, and the output wasn't that great. It's gone
though, I can't find it in any of my "xterms."
the output is just adding a handful of debug information and it outputs
all the times that each of the operations take.
There are no updates pending at present, but I guess that when there
are, I should precede the update with "yum clean <something>." Is there
anything better than "all" from your POV?
You don't need to 'yum clean all' you can just 'yum clean packages'
I did note that rpm took a long time to install a kernel the other
I've favoured using yumdownloader to get the latest kernel, then rpm to
That makes no sense at all. Seriously, I don't know how exactly you've
determined that running the transaction with rpm is faster but it makes