dnf replacement for yum-cron

Matěj Cepl mcepl at cepl.eu
Tue Jun 17 07:31:26 UTC 2014

On 2014-06-16, 15:06 GMT, drago01 wrote:
>> yum-cron can actually apply updates  [....]
> That sounds dangerous ... updates are not really atomic (i.e not at
> all) doing them silently in the background is a very bad idea.

Yes, yum-cron has been hated by Seth for years, but there was 
still this stubborn community of its users. Actually, when doing 
just mailing about available updates (yum check-update instead 
of yum upgrade -y) it is not that dangerous. Also, I guess on 
server subscribed only to the RHEL proper (which has a bit 
better QA than Fedora) it shouldn't be that bad. In the end many 
of us do yum upgrade -y, right?



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