clear yum cache
ymedians at yahoo.es
Sat Dec 3 18:58:22 UTC 2005
I need to keep the packages that has been downloaded,
if I run yum clean packages it will delete all
packages in var/cache/yum...
--- "Christofer C. Bell"
<christofer.c.bell at gmail.com> escribió:
> On 12/3/05, yordy <ymedians at yahoo.es> wrote:
> > Hi list...
> > I want to free up space in my computer clearing
> > cache for olders packages, I don't want to use yum
> > clean headers or yum clean packages because I
> > want to download any package update again. In my
> > I have, the same package but with different
> > how I can clean for older versions?
> You really should use yum clean packages. It won't
> make you download
> anything again. From the man page for yum(8):
> CLEAN OPTIONS
> The following are the ways which you can
> invoke yum in clean mode.
> yum clean packages
> Eliminate any cached packages from the
> system. Note that pack-
> ages are not automatically deleted
> after they are downloaded.
> This means that it deletes the packages it's
> downloaded and installed
> on your machine. It's a cache of what's been
> downloaded. It won't
> download them again as they're already installed.
> Only newer versions
> will be downloaded.
> Using yum clean headers will, however, force you to
> download all the
> header files again so if you're looking to avoid
> downloading things
> again, then avoid yum clean headers.
> As for a direct answer to your question about
> deleting only older
> packages from /var/cache/yum/*, you'll need to take
> care of that by
> "`The enemy we fight has no respect for human life
> or human rights.
> They don't deserve our sympathy,' he said. `But this
> isn't about who
> they are. This is about who we are. These are the
> values that
> distinguish us from our enemies.' - Sen. John
> McCain, R-Arizona
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