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show-installed(1)														 show-installed(1)

NAME
show-installed - show installed RPM packages and descriptions SYNOPSIS
show-installed [options] DESCRIPTION
show-installed gives a compact description of the packages installed (or given) making use of the comps groups found in the repositories. OPTIONS
-h, --help show this help message and exit -f FORMAT, --format=FORMAT yum, kickstart or human; yum gives the result as a yum command line; kickstart the content of a %packages section; "human" readable is default. -i INPUT, --input=INPUT File to read the package list from instead of using the rpmdb. - for stdin. The file must contain package names only separated by white space (including newlines). rpm -qa --qf='%{name} ' produces proper output. -o OUTPUT, --output=OUTPUT File to write the result to. Stdout is used if option is omitted. -q, --quiet Do not show warnings. -e, --no-excludes Only show groups that are installed completely. Do not use exclude lines. --global-excludes Print exclude lines at the end and not after the groups requiring them. --global-addons Print package names at the end and not after the groups offering them as addon. --addons-by-group Also show groups not selected to sort packages contained by them. Those groups are commented out with a "# " at the begin of the line. -m, --allow-mandatories Check if just installing the mandatory packages gives better results. Uses "." to mark those groups. -a, --allow-all Check if installing all packages in the groups gives better results. Uses "*" to mark those groups. --ignore-missing Ignore packages missing in the repos. --ignore-missing-excludes Do not produce exclude lines for packages not in the repository. Florian Festi 21 October 2010 show-installed(1)

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yumdb(8)																  yumdb(8)

NAME
yumdb - query and alter the Yum database SYNOPSIS
yumdb [command] [packages ...] DESCRIPTION
This command is used to query and alter the yum database, which is a simple key value store used in conjunction with the rpm database. Any installed package can have arbitrary data in the yum database, however the main use case is to store extra data about packages as they are installed. yumdb commands are: yumdb get <key> [pkg-wildcard]... This command will get the value for the given key, limiting to any specified packages. yumdb set <key> <value> [pkg-wildcard]... This command will set the value for the given key, to the given value, limiting to any specified packages. yumdb del <key> [pkg-wildcard]... This command will delete the given key, limiting to any specified packages. yumdb rename <old-key> <new-key> [pkg-wildcard]... This command will rename the given old-key, to the given new-key, limiting to any specified packages. If the old-key does not exist, noth- ing happens. yumdb rename-force <old-key> <new-key> [pkg-wildcard]... This command will rename the given old-key, to the given new-key, limiting to any specified packages. If the old-key does not exist, new- key is deleted. yumdb copy <old-key> <new-key> [pkg-wildcard]... This command will copy the given old-key, to the given new-key, limiting to any specified packages. If the old-key does not exist, nothing happens. yumdb copy-force <old-key> <new-key> [pkg-wildcard]... This command will copy the given old-key, to the given new-key, limiting to any specified packages. If the old-key does not exist, new-key is deleted. yumdb search <key> <wildcard>... This command will search all packages for the given key, against any of the given wildcard values. yumdb exist <key> [pkg-wildcard]... This command will print any packages which have the given key, limiting to any specified packages. yumdb unset <key> [pkg-wildcard]... This command will print any packages which do not have the given key, limiting to any specified packages. yumdb info [pkg-wildcard]... This command will display all the data stored in the yumdb, limiting to any specified packages. yumdb sync [pkg-wildcard]... This command will add any missing data to the yumdb from the repositories, limiting to any specified packages. This is useful to run if you have had any aborted transactions (and thus. missing yumdb data). Note that "yumdb sync" cannot know all the information that would have been put into the yumdb at the time. yumdb sync-force [pkg-wildcard]... This command will replace any data in the yumdb from the repositories, limiting to any specified packages. EXAMPLES
List all the packages which don't have a from_repo key/value: yumdb unset from_repo List all the packages which were installed as dependencies: yumdb search reason dep WELL KNOWN KEYS
Note that there is no limit to the number of keys that can be created or what they may contain (for installed packages only). However this is a list of well known keys, and what they store. checksum_data checksum_type These keys store the createrepo checksum, and it's type, of the available package yum installed. Note that these are used by "yum version" to calculate the rpmdb version. command_line This key stores the entire command line, of the yum command (if it was called). from_repo from_repo_revision from_repo_timestamp These keys take values from the available package yum installed, and store the repo id, it's revision and timestamp. reason This key stores either "user" or "dep", currently. To mark if the user requested the package to be installed, or if it was brought in automatically as a dependency. Note that this is kept over updates. releasever This key stores the value of releasever, when the package was installed. installonly If this attribute has the value "keep" then this package will not be removed automatically by the installonly process (and does not count towards the installonly_limit). SEE ALSO
yum (8) rpm (8) AUTHORS
James Antill <james.antill@redhat.com>. James Antill 8 April 2010 yumdb(8)
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