Rahul Sundaram wrote:
John Summerfield wrote:
> Rahul Sundaram wrote:
>> John Summerfield wrote:
>>> Thanks Will.
>>> According to the second, it defaults to "all" which I think means
>>> "worst" or "bloated":-)
>> This was before the change has been made. The current default is best
>> as Will Woods explained.
> That is not the behaviour I saw.
Then you must have been using a older version of yum. This is a
relatively recent change.
[root@potoroo ~]# grep yum /var/log/yum.log | tail
Apr 07 09:21:39 Updated: yum-packagekit-0.1.11-1.fc9.x86_64
Apr 09 09:57:11 Installed: yum-3.2.14-2.fc9.noarch
Apr 09 10:04:03 Erased: yum-basearchonly
Apr 24 00:41:27 Updated: yum-3.2.14-10.fc9.noarch
Apr 24 00:42:45 Updated: yum-packagekit-0.1.12-4.20080416git.fc9.x86_64
Apr 27 19:22:00 Updated: yum-packagekit-0.1.12-7.20080425.fc9.x86_64
Somewhere after Apr 09 10:04:03 Erased: yum-basearchonly I got some
.i386 packages installed.
The link Will mentioned described the behaviour I saw.
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