On Mon, 2020-04-06 at 23:56 +0000, Tom Seewald wrote:
Yep, I just ran "dnf info kernel" and then right after that
changelog kernel", in both cases dnf spent over 20 seconds syncing.
I haven't seen other package managers require this much network
traffic, and I wonder if a lot of it could be avoided.
If you only want to query *locally installed* packages, you can just
rpm -qi kernel
rpm -q --changelog kernel
if you use DNF, it will get the info for packages that are in the
repositories but not locally installed, as well. changelogs are kept
and retrieved separately, I believe, as they aren't needed for any
other operations, so that's why you see remote trips on both commands,
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