sometimes payload is used as capacity 

i think it means the number exceeds the capacity for , lets say, certain number of  packages.

Not really sure. Have you solved it already?

De: Máximo Castañeda <>
Enviado: miércoles, 12 de abril de 2017 07:30:11 a. m.
Para: Fedora Translation Project List
Asunto: Re: DNF translation
FWIW, I've translated it to something that back in English would be
like "no data manager found for %s".  From the code[1], it looks like
there are different types of repos or downloadable "stuff" (payload),
that can each have a different "manager" (factory), such as a normal
rpm and a deltarpm.


2017-04-12 13:39 GMT+02:00 Zdenek Chmelar <>:
> Hello all
> The DNF project has one sentence which I'm not able to reasonably translate. I think I do not understand the sentence meaning properly. I have checked French and German translations in order to understand the meaning better but those languages didn't translate that sentence yet.
> So what's the magic sentence I speak about?
> "no matching payload factory for %s"      (message with number #547)
> If anyone could explain what means "payload factory" in relation to DNF, I would be very thankful ;-)
> Thanks
> Z.
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