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Re: yum clean bug



On Sat, 2005-12-10 at 05:58 +1030, n0dalus wrote:
> Correct me if I'm wrong, but if the user doesn't want to incur the
> cost of recreation, they shouldn't be running `yum clean all`. It's
> perfectly reasonable to assume that there will be such a cost
> associated with it. If the user wishes it to remain, they shouldn't
> really be running any clean commands. The program is erring on the
> side of conservation when it is explicitly told to 'clean all'.

The all refers to the packages, repodata, repmod, etc.. for enabled
repos.  Yum would be doing guess work if it touched disabled/missing
repo datas.  This is where yum won't go, into this guess work.

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