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Description of problem:
"yum install" and "yum update" do not show which repository a match is
If, like me, you are totally paranoid and like to be kept informed
about what the computer is doing, it would be *VERY* useful to know
which repo a particular package is resolved in.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. yum install <some_existing_but_not_installed_package>
2. observe yum output
Actual Results: Output shows:
1) name of package to be installed
2) package version
3) package architecture (which most users don't really care about).
Expected Results: I expect to be told, "package <x> (resolved from
repository <y>) is about to be installed. OK? [y/N]"
"yum list" and yum search" *DO* show the information, but I don't want
to have to run yum twice (it's slow enough as it is...)
If you fix this problem, please also apply the same logic to any
dependencies that need to be resolved as a result of installing the
Thanks in advance,
added and checked into cvs