Dominique Leuenberger / DimStar composed on 2023-01-04 18:08 (UTC+0100):
On Wed, 2023-01-04 at 11:52 -0500, Felix Miata wrote:
I just started my first dup using this reconfiguration on a P4, last upgraded 20220929, using the -d switch. It's downloading 1215 packages, which seems as though it's replacing the entire (KDE3/IceWM-only) distro, with over 500 packages listed as "vendor-change", and less than 400 as upgrades. Is this to-be-expected behavior?
it being a 'large update' sounds about normal, as all packages are rebuilt in a different project in OBS.
Them being considered a changed vendor though is definitively not correct and will need some investigation (and possibly a full rebuild of the pkg tree).
https://susepaste.org/55790989 has a 1294 line selective directory list of my i586 oss LAN cache containing only packages present in more than one version. I see in many cases a newer version is attached to an older date, so it's presented here in case it might help in investigating.
Most recent (4th 32bit) host (gx260): # zypper -v dup -d --allow-vendor-change ... The following 5 NEW packages are going to be installed: libSPIRV-Tools-2022_4_sdk236 2022.4+sdk236-1.1 libde265-0 1.0.8-1.45 libopencv407 4.7.0-1.1 librtmp1 2.4.20151223.fa8646d-1.96 yast2-control-center-qt3 2.17.3-16.40
The following 5 packages are going to be REMOVED: libSPIRV-Tools-2022_4 2022.4-1.1 libopencv406 4.6.0-2.3 pam_unix 1.5.2-10.1 xf86-input-keyboard 1.9.0-2.9 yast2-control-center-qt 4.5.0-1.4
204 packages to upgrade, 609 to downgrade, 5 new, 564 to reinstall, 5 to remove, 975 to change vendor, 1 to change arch. Overall download size: 51.2 MiB. Already cached: 585.9 MiB. Download only. Continue? [y/n/v/...? shows all options] (y): n