seth vidal wrote:
On Mon, 2008-04-28 at 19:32 +0800, John Summerfield wrote:
> Yes. I like it so well that I added skip_broken=1 to yum.conf.
> Might I mention that skip_broken isn't mentioned in yum.conf(5)?
> Thanks Seth.
> It's just taken 6m51.780s to download and install 14 packages amounting
> to 32 Mbytes.
If you can run this command again run it like this:
echo 'y' | yum -d 3 whatever | grep 'time:'
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."
and post the output, please
I'd like to see how long each piece is taking.
and pleas be sure to post that w/o the packages in the cache.
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?
I did note that rpm took a long time to install a kernel the other day;
I've favoured using yumdownloader to get the latest kernel, then rpm to
When I wondered what it was up to, it was running mkinitrd, but there's
nothing to say that it hadn't just got there.
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