Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 108943
"up2date --installall --channel=foo" unnecessarily noisy
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:06:59 EST
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Description of problem:
Attempting to install all packages in a subchannel lists all packages
in the base channel before performing the requested installation.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. up2date --installall --channel=foo
Actual Results: The names of all packages available in the base
channel were printed before up2date began the requested operation.
Expected Results: The first thing up2date should have displayed was
"Fetching Obsoletes list for channel..."
Will submit typescript output after submission.
Created attachment 95677 [details]
Output of up2date --installall --channel=helpdesk-ws3-apps
Thats working as designed. I don't really see how showing the
names of the packages to be installed is a bug.
I have asked for the installation of all packages inside a subchannel.
It should NOT be displaying the names of ANY packages in the base
channel, let alone ALL of them.
Created attachment 95682 [details]
Fix for wrapper.py
Here's the patch to fix wrapper.py.
Created attachment 95686 [details]
wrapper.py diff in -u format
ah, okay. Current code doesn't do that, must of already removed
that. next version should be quieter.