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[Bug 304150] New: zypper rm reads and or refresh the installation sources
  • From: bugzilla_noreply@xxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2007 00:49:46 -0600 (MDT)
  • Message-id: <bug-304150-21960@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/>

           Summary: zypper rm reads and or refresh the installation sources
           Product: openSUSE 10.3
           Version: Beta 2
          Platform: All
        OS/Version: Other
            Status: NEW
          Severity: Normal
          Priority: P5 - None
         Component: libzypp
        AssignedTo: jkupec@xxxxxxxxxx
        ReportedBy: crrodriguez@xxxxxxxxxx
         QAContact: kkaempf@xxxxxxxxxx
                CC: mvidner@xxxxxxxxxx
          Found By: Development

try the following

# zypper -v rm foo
Verbosity: 1
Non-option program arguments: 'foobar'
Checking whether to refresh metadata for server:php:applications
Checking whether to refresh metadata for
Checking whether to refresh metadata for
Checking whether to refresh metadata for server:php:extensions
Checking whether to refresh metadata for
Checking whether to refresh metadata for ñìú€
Initializing Target
* Reading repository 'Various php-applications (openSUSE_Factory)' cache
 (172 resolvables found)
* Reading repository
'' cache
 (20443 resolvables found)
* Reading repository
 (187 resolvables found)
* Reading repository 'PHP extensions (openSUSE_Factory)' cache
 (311 resolvables found)
* Reading repository
 (6786 resolvables found)
* Reading repository 'cd:///?devices=/dev/sr0' cache
 (709 resolvables found)
* Reading repository 'elvigia's Home Project (openSUSE_Factory)' cache
 (356 resolvables found)
* Reading installed packages [100%]
   (768 resolvables)
0 items locked
Establishing status of aggregates
Resolving dependencies...
Nothing to do.

"foo" package does not exists nor is installed, why does it attempt to read or
(at least according to the displayed output) refresh the **remote**
installation source ? huh ? 

Unless Im serioulsy missing sth.. shouldnt it just: 

* Reading installed packages [100%]

and output :

package 'foo' is not installed
Nothing to do 
and return a faliure exit code.

why does it have to parse the remote repositories cache ??.

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