I've had several up2date and yum hiccups lately and ran out of disk
space. Delving into where the space went, I found that I have two
versions of quite a few packages installed. For example, rpm -qa | grep
cyrus | sort returns the following:
yum update complains that cyrus-imapd-2.2.3-2 is not available, when
trying to update the other cyrus-imapd-xxxx packages.
Is there a way to clean this up? I tried rpm --rebuilddb incase the
database was toast, but no luck.