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Re: pup: boon or curse? quicker updates or slower updates?



On 09.03.2007 10:50, Tim Lauridsen wrote:
> Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
>> A really annoying one if you ask me -- would it be possible that 
>> command line yum simply talks to yum-updatesd via d-bus and says "hey, 
>> yum-updatesd background task, the users wants to do something 
>> interactively now which is way more important then your business -- so 
>> quickly go sleeping for a while! (read: f... off)"?
> This don't sounds sane to me.
> 
> Ex.
> yum-updatesd are in the process of installing some updates.
> The user are running 'yum install foo' and then 'yum-updatesd' should 
> just f... off, in the middle of  the RPM transaction.

*Of course* yum-updatesd should not be aborted if it is in the process
of installing some updates (or similar things that shouldn't be aborted)
-- taht would be just sutpid.

I was more interested in the default configuration of yum-updatesd,
where the only thing it (iirc) normally does in the background is to
check for updates.

CU
thl




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