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Re: why doesn't yum cache anything?



> on the other side i understand seth's position, that first create a 
> feature rich complete and bug-free version somewhere 2.1 or 2.2. but 
> it's clear to everyone that the most anoying think with you it's speed, 
> both at startup/load time and both at dependencie resolution time. so 
> imho it'd be nice to look into this problems soon. something like the 
> bootchart challenge would be useful in case of yum speed.

Reading all deps (provides,requires,obsoletes,conflicts) plus also a list
of all files in the rpm packages is a lot of data. The actual dep resolution
time can be pretty fast.

Improving the python awareness within rpmlib would be helpful IMNSHO.

greetings,

Florian La Roche


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