[Yum] Change in yum-arch behaviour

seth vidal skvidal at phy.duke.edu
Sun May 25 21:11:43 UTC 2003


On Sat, 2003-05-24 at 13:57, Tom Diehl wrote:
> Hi,
> Did I miss a change in the way yum-arch behaves? I have scripts that run
> every day to keep the headers updated in my updates repository. Since the last
> yum upgrade to yum-1.0.1-1_80 I am now getting messages about all of the .srpms
> being ignored. Is there any way short of redirecting all output to /dev/null
> to shut it up? I do not really want to do that for fear of missing something
> important. I am simply using "yum-arch -q directory_name". Under the old
> behaviour it would only tell about ignoring duplicate rpms which afaic was ok.
> At least I could tell when Red Hat would clean the old stuff out of the 
> repository. :-)

well you could do that grep -v thing on the output and kill the srpms.

but yah - I changed the logging a bit in 1.0.1 to make it more
consistent and well, that means it became a tad different.

I know how to make it nicer I'll just need to make -q make more sense :)

Tom, if you could, file a bug on this in bugzilla to remind me to fix it
for 1.0.2

Thanks
-sv





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