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Re: yum is extremely slow



So, there's a good question, Should I upgrade my new box to FC4?  How would I go about it?  Disks or upgrade this system.  This system was installed at the factory, and even though I've polluted it with crude attempts at working with yum and rpm and apt, I am reluctant to trash it.  I'd like to play with Ubuntu too, as I have had good success with it on other systems.  However, I like FC3 so far. 

Perhaps I can install separately an FC4.  This machine has been set up at the factory with LVM, over one 74GB and one 250GB drive.  As one Volume Group.  I assume I can shrink the VG, I am new to LVM.  THen install on a different partition or different VG?  I can't find any info on this in my cursory review of the LVM HOWTO.

Thanks for the information.  I thought Python might have something to do with it.

Alan

On 9/29/05, Michael A. Peters <mpeters mac com> wrote:
On Wed, 2005-09-28 at 23:33 -0500, Jonathan Berry wrote:

>
> Probably a good suggestion, but are there not updated yum packages for FC3 also?

I believe FC3 has an older Python, and the newer yum was not backported
to the FC3 Python.

I might be wrong.

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