leamas.alec at gmail.com
Sun Jan 12 21:57:44 UTC 2014
I have come to understand that for yum, commands like clean only applies to
the actual buildroot. So without a -r argument, the cleaning is done on the
default root, whatever this might be(?).
Actually, there is probably nothing wrong with this - it works fine when
using the -r option. Problems comes without it, when one thinks it applies
to all buildroots. It would perhaps make sense outputting something like
"Using buildroot foo" when there is no -r on the command line(?).
On Sun, Jan 12, 2014 at 10:47 PM, Reindl Harald <h.reindl at thelounge.net>wrote:
> Am 12.01.2014 22:42, schrieb Miroslav Suchy:
> > On 01/12/2014 08:27 PM, Reindl Harald wrote:
> >> "dnf clean all" without "dnf --enablerepo=updates-testing clean all"
> >> exactly *nothing* in case of "updates-testing", the same for YUM simply
> >> because folders of non-enabled repos are not relevant for any operation
> > And is this correct behavior? (and yum behaves same way, so same
> question apply to yum as well).
> no, i only explained the current state of play
> looking at the word "all" and it's meaing clearly *no*
> looking at the thread and result of the behavior clearely *no*
> looking at that people use "updates-testing" with --enablerepo *no*
> looking at the fact that i do not trust the word "all" clearly *no*
> > Man page for yum state:
> > yum clean metadata
> > Eliminate all of the files which yum uses to determine the remote
> availability of packages. Using this option
> > will force yum to
> > download all the metadata the next time it is run.
> > There is no statement that it apply only for *currently enabled*
> > I would expect that it clean *all* metadata.
> > I was recently very surprised that when I done :
> > # rpm -q yum
> > yum-3.4.3-128.fc20.noarch
> > # yum clean all
> > ...
> > # du -sh /var/cache/yum/x86_64/*
> > 225M /var/cache/yum/x86_64/19
> > 111M /var/cache/yum/x86_64/20
> > 406M /var/cache/yum/x86_64/rawhide
> > that there is a lot of data in /var. To be precise - after this
> operation I would expect that
> > /var/cache/yum/x86_64/ would have zero size. And not 730 MB.
> and that is why i switched 7 years ago to "rm -rf /var/cache/yum*"
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