[Yum] misleading output with "-C" option

Robert P. J. Day rpjday at mindspring.com
Sun Dec 28 16:55:02 UTC 2003


  i realize that the -C option means that yum should run from cache only,
so it's confusing when i run

  # yum -C list installed

to still see

Gathering header information file(s) from server(s)
Server: Fedora 1 - Base
Server: Fedora 1 - Stable
Server: Fedora 1 - Testing
Server: Fedora 1 - Unstable
Server: Fedora 1 - Updates
Server: Fedora 1 - Updates testing
Server: Freshrpms 1 - Freshrpms
Server: Freshrpms 1 - Testing Updates
Server: Freshrpms 1 - Updates
Server: Livna 1 - updates
Finding updated packages
Downloading needed headers
... lots of installed packages listed here ...

  in all fairness, based on how quickly it runs, it seems that the command
isn't really consulting the repos, but still, it's confusing to get the
impression that it is.  is there a reason for this?

rday




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