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Re: preupgrade fails

Colin Brace wrote:

stan-40 wrote:
If you go look in /var/cache/yum/updates/packages or /var/cache/yum/fedora/packages, are all the downloaded RPMs there? It might have created its own cache called preupgrade under the yum directory. If they are, you should be able to continue with the manual.

Yep, I see more than 1000 F10 packages in: /var/cache/yum/updates/packages

Not sure how to continue with a manual install, as you suggest. Can I imply
install these RPMs with rpm or yum? And what about the .img file? Do I still
need that?

I'll submit a bug to bugzilla w.r.t. the timeout.


  Colin Brace

I was looking at the anaconda installer command line options at this link and noticed a couple of options that might be of help to you.


They are the repo= and stage2= options. In particular it seems that if the stage2= option is provided and left empty anaconda will look at the repositories in the yum.repos.d directory to find it. That seems like it would be a good thing for you. Perhaps you could try running preupgrade and providing that option. I really am not very familiar with the working of preupgrade so this is a longshot.

preupgrade stage2=

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