Description of problem:
Using yum --security, if a package has a dependency that is being excluded
(because its not a security package), the rpm install fails. Instead, any
security packages and all dependencies should be installed (even if they're not
security updates themselves)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Have above xine packages installed
2. Ensure that the updated 18.104.22.168-1 RPMs are available (both local and livna
3. yum --security -y update
Packages download, but install fails with:
ERROR with rpm_check_debug vs depsolve:
Package xine-lib-extras-nonfree needs xine-lib = 1.1.11, this is not available.
xine-lib-extras-nonfree is downloaded as well and installed to meet dependancies
- Debug (-d 5) attached
- yum update xine-lib (without --security) does work, so all the metadata on my
mirror is definitely OK.
Created attachment 301805 [details]
Can you try this patch:
Also, if that doesn't work ... can you add the output for the "yum -d 5 update
Created attachment 301830 [details]
debug output with patch (specifying package name)
Well, sort of. With 'yum --security update xine-lib' it works.
However, if I don't specify a package name it fails. The new output says that
its updating 3 of 4 packages (the old one said 1 of 2), but it still doesn't
pull in the dep.
This debug is specifying the package name; the following one will be without
Created attachment 301831 [details]
Without the package name
Both those attachments were with the patch manually applied.
Ok, I'm pretty sure I've fixed this. Here's an updated security plugin:
...just copy over the old one, I've only tested with 3.2.14 ... but it should
That works, thanks. It does still say:
Needed 3 of 4 packages, for security
Ok, thanks. I'll leave this BZ open at least until the fix is in rawhide.
The message is intentional ... and is saying it removed 1 package from a normal
"yum update" (i.e. it needed 3 of the 4 available packages, due to security).
But there are only 2 available packages, only one of which is a security
issue... Without the patch it said 1 of 2; it should say either 1/2 or 2/2
(making sure not to overcount if the extra package wasn't an update but was an
Right, I've also changed it upstream to say "transactional packages" which is
kind of what it is counting.
The extra numbers are because it's counting the old xine-lib packages you have
installed (which are being removed as part of the transaction).
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