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    Command:

    yum-list-data

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           yum [options] [command] [package ...]
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           This  plugin  extends yum for some commands that give aggregate package
           data based on lists of packages
    
           added yum commands are:
            * list-vendors
            * info-vendors
            * list-rpm-groups
            * info-rpm-groups
            * list-packagers
            * info-packagers
            * list-licenses
            * info-licenses
            * list-arches
            * info-arches
            * list-committers
            * info-committers
            * list-buildhosts
            * info-buildhosts
            * list-baseurls
            * info-baseurls
            * list-package-sizes
            * info-package-sizes
            * list-archive-sizes
            * info-archive-sizes
            * list-installed-sizes
            * info-installed-sizes
            * list-groups
            * info-groups
    
           all of which take the same arguments as the list and info yum commands.
           The  difference  between  the  list and info varieties is that the info
           versions lists all the packages under each agregation.
    
           list-vendors
                  Is used to list the aggregate of the  vendor  attribute  on  the
                  packages, examples are "Fedora Project" and "Red Hat, Inc.".
    
           list-rpm-groups
                  Is  used  to  list  the  aggregate of the group attribute on the
                  packages,   examples   are   "Applications/System",    "Develop-
                  ment/Tools" and "System Environment/Base"
    
           list-packagers
                  Is  used  to list the aggregate of the packager attribute on the
                  Is used to list the aggregate of the committer attribute on  the
                  packages,  this is taken from the most recent changelog entry of
                  the package.
    
           list-buildhosts
                  Is used to list the aggregate of the buildhost attribute on  the
                  packages,   examples   are   "mybuilder.example.com"  and  "xen-
                  builder1.fedora.redhat.com"
    
           list-baseurls
                  Is used to list the aggregate of the url attribute on the  pack-
                  ages  after  discarding  the  path  of  the  URL,  examples  are
                  "http://yum.baseurl.org/" and "http://www.and.org/"
    
           list-package-sizes
                  Is used to list the aggregate of specified ranges  the  package-
                  size attribute on the packages, examples are "[    1B -  10KB ]"
                  and "[ 750KB -   1MB ]".
    
           list-archive-sizes
                  Is used to list the aggregate of specified ranges  the  archive-
                  size attribute on the packages, examples are "[    1B -  10KB ]"
                  and "[ 750KB -   1MB ]".
    
           list-installed-sizes
                  Is used to list the aggregate of specified ranges the installed-
                  size attribute on the packages, examples are "[    1B -  10KB ]"
                  and "[ 750KB -   1MB ]".
    
           list-groups
                  Is used to list the aggregate of the yum groups that  the  pack-
                  ages  are  in, examples are in "yum grouplist". Note that in yum
                  groups a package can be in more than one group at a time.
    
           It is worth noting that some of the above data  can  be  "unknown",  to
           yum,  at  which  point a separate aggregation called "-- Unknown --" is
           listed.
    
    
    

    EXAMPLES

           To list all the groups that have an update, along with  the  number  of
           packages in each group, use:
    
                  yum list-rpm-groups updates
    
           To  list  all  the  committers to packages that have yum in their name,
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           yum-filter-data (1)
           yum (8)
           yum.conf (5)
    
    
    

    AUTHORS

           James Antill <james.antill@redhat.com>.
    
    
    

    James Antill 04 February 2008 yum-list-data(1)

    
    
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