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Re: yum feature?!



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On Wednesday 05 May 2004 07:40, Nicolas Mailhot wrote:
> Well, with *big* rpms (openoffice.org comes to mind), no, it just takes
> too long for the bar to change. A realtime download rate would help
> there.

Am I missing something here?  When yum is ran on the CLI, you get a REAL 
TIME download indicator for each header, and then again for each rpm it 
pulls down.  Once it's all pulled down, it quiets down a bit as it 
installs each rpm.  There isn't a hash line for the actual rpm 
installation (like there is w/ rpm -*vh) but thats already beyond the 
point of file downloads.

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