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Re: btrfs /var changes

Achim Gratz
Achim Gratz writes:
> Thorsten Kukuk writes:
>> Everybody not having /@ should do a fresh installation asap if he
>> plans to use snapshots or rollback ...
>
> How should I check

To answer that part of my own question:

$ sudo btrfs subvolume list /
ID 257 gen 1112 top level 5 path @
ID 258 gen 225988 top level 257 path @/.snapshots
ID 259 gen 225990 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/1/snapshot
ID 260 gen 2508 top level 257 path @/boot/grub2/i386-pc
ID 261 gen 220922 top level 257 path @/boot/grub2/x86_64-efi
ID 262 gen 206044 top level 257 path @/opt
ID 263 gen 225942 top level 257 path @/srv
ID 264 gen 225988 top level 257 path @/tmp
ID 265 gen 225959 top level 257 path @/usr/local
ID 266 gen 225974 top level 257 path @/var/cache
ID 267 gen 206044 top level 257 path @/var/crash
ID 268 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/libvirt/images
ID 269 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/machines
ID 270 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/mailman
ID 271 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/mariadb
ID 272 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/mysql
ID 273 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/named
ID 274 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/pgsql
ID 275 gen 225990 top level 257 path @/var/log
ID 276 gen 206044 top level 257 path @/var/opt
ID 277 gen 225987 top level 257 path @/var/spool
ID 278 gen 225974 top level 257 path @/var/tmp
ID 1030 gen 220891 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/560/snapshot
ID 1036 gen 220921 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/561/snapshot
ID 1037 gen 221156 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/562/snapshot
ID 1039 gen 221165 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/563/snapshot
ID 1041 gen 221679 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/564/snapshot
ID 1042 gen 221687 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/565/snapshot
ID 1043 gen 223958 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/566/snapshot
ID 1044 gen 223966 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/567/snapshot
ID 1045 gen 224307 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/568/snapshot
ID 1046 gen 224309 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/569/snapshot
ID 1047 gen 224439 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/570/snapshot
ID 1048 gen 224440 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/571/snapshot                                                                                                                
ID 1049 gen 225941 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/572/snapshot                                                                                                                
ID 1050 gen 225951 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/573/snapshot                                                                                                                

So, the latest re-install already got me the @ subvalome that was talked
about.  


> and why is a re-install my only option?

So, whatever I could follow from the French guide, I should already have
the correct (previous) rootfs structure.  I've never did a rollback on
this installation, so I still have the first snapshot as default:

$ sudo btrfs subvolume get-default /
ID 259 gen 226013 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/1/snapshot                                                                                                                    

So, if I wanted to try the conversion I'd remove all snapshots except
the default one and then boot into a current live Tumbleweed and then
follow along with the things done in that guide?


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Re: btrfs /var changes

Jeffrey Harris
On Sat, 2018-01-27 at 09:26 +0100, Achim Gratz wrote:

> Achim Gratz writes:
> > Thorsten Kukuk writes:
> > > Everybody not having /@ should do a fresh installation asap if
> > > he
> > > plans to use snapshots or rollback ...
> >
> > How should I check
>
> To answer that part of my own question:
>
> $ sudo btrfs subvolume list /
> ID 257 gen 1112 top level 5 path @
> ID 258 gen 225988 top level 257 path @/.snapshots
> ID 259 gen 225990 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/1/snapshot
> ID 260 gen 2508 top level 257 path @/boot/grub2/i386-pc
> ID 261 gen 220922 top level 257 path @/boot/grub2/x86_64-efi
> ID 262 gen 206044 top level 257 path @/opt
> ID 263 gen 225942 top level 257 path @/srv
> ID 264 gen 225988 top level 257 path @/tmp
> ID 265 gen 225959 top level 257 path @/usr/local
> ID 266 gen 225974 top level 257 path @/var/cache
> ID 267 gen 206044 top level 257 path @/var/crash
> ID 268 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/libvirt/images
> ID 269 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/machines
> ID 270 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/mailman
> ID 271 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/mariadb
> ID 272 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/mysql
> ID 273 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/named
> ID 274 gen 1112 top level 257 path @/var/lib/pgsql
> ID 275 gen 225990 top level 257 path @/var/log
> ID 276 gen 206044 top level 257 path @/var/opt
> ID 277 gen 225987 top level 257 path @/var/spool
> ID 278 gen 225974 top level 257 path @/var/tmp
> ID 1030 gen 220891 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/560/snapshot
> ID 1036 gen 220921 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/561/snapshot
> ID 1037 gen 221156 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/562/snapshot
> ID 1039 gen 221165 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/563/snapshot
> ID 1041 gen 221679 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/564/snapshot
> ID 1042 gen 221687 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/565/snapshot
> ID 1043 gen 223958 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/566/snapshot
> ID 1044 gen 223966 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/567/snapshot
> ID 1045 gen 224307 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/568/snapshot
> ID 1046 gen 224309 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/569/snapshot
> ID 1047 gen 224439 top level 258 path @/.snapshots/570/snapshot
> ID 1048 gen 224440 top level 258 path
> @/.snapshots/571/snapshot                                            
>                                                                      
> ID 1049 gen 225941 top level 258 path
> @/.snapshots/572/snapshot                                            
>                                                                      
> ID 1050 gen 225951 top level 258 path
> @/.snapshots/573/snapshot                                            
>                                                                      
>
> So, the latest re-install already got me the @ subvalome that was
> talked
> about.  
>
>
> > and why is a re-install my only option?
>
> So, whatever I could follow from the French guide, I should already
> have
> the correct (previous) rootfs structure.  I've never did a rollback
> on
> this installation, so I still have the first snapshot as default:
>
> $ sudo btrfs subvolume get-default /
> ID 259 gen 226013 top level 258 path
> @/.snapshots/1/snapshot                                              
>                                                                      
>  
>
> So, if I wanted to try the conversion I'd remove all snapshots except
> the default one and then boot into a current live Tumbleweed and then
> follow along with the things done in that guide?
>
>
> Regards,
> Achim.
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>

I just installed my system on the 22th and according to this I need to
do a reinstall?!  What are my options here? What is this conversion
that you have mentioned? I got on the mailing list only a couple of
days ago and must have missed something.

Thank you
Jeffrey
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Re: btrfs /var changes

Achim Gratz
Jeffrey Harris writes:
> I just installed my system on the 22th and according to this I need to
> do a reinstall?!

Well if you meant the 22nd of January _and_ have used a current image
(later than 2017-01-17) you should be fine.


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Re: btrfs /var changes

Jeffrey Harris
On Sat, 2018-01-27 at 21:50 +0100, Achim Gratz wrote:

> Jeffrey Harris writes:
> > I just installed my system on the 22th and according to this I need
> > to
> > do a reinstall?!
>
> Well if you meant the 22nd of January _and_ have used a current image
> (later than 2017-01-17) you should be fine.
>
>
> Regards,
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>


My snapshot was from the 22 of January but this is the output of
"sudo btrfs subvolume list /"

ID 257 gen 1210 top level 5 path var/tmp
ID 258 gen 1284 top level 5 path var/spool
ID 259 gen 55 top level 5 path var/opt
ID 260 gen 1284 top level 5 path var/log
ID 261 gen 18 top level 5 path var/lib/pgsql
ID 262 gen 20 top level 5 path var/lib/named
ID 263 gen 24 top level 5 path var/lib/mysql
ID 264 gen 28 top level 5 path var/lib/mariadb
ID 265 gen 30 top level 5 path var/lib/mailman
ID 266 gen 61 top level 5 path var/lib/machines
ID 267 gen 36 top level 5 path var/lib/libvirt/images
ID 268 gen 55 top level 5 path var/crash
ID 269 gen 1164 top level 5 path var/cache
ID 270 gen 1141 top level 5 path usr/local
ID 271 gen 1284 top level 5 path tmp
ID 272 gen 967 top level 5 path srv
ID 273 gen 967 top level 5 path opt
ID 274 gen 1028 top level 5 path .snapshots
ID 275 gen 1284 top level 274 path .snapshots/1/snapshot
ID 281 gen 78 top level 274 path .snapshots/2/snapshot
ID 333 gen 471 top level 274 path .snapshots/51/snapshot
ID 334 gen 482 top level 274 path .snapshots/52/snapshot
ID 350 gen 579 top level 274 path .snapshots/67/snapshot
ID 351 gen 580 top level 274 path .snapshots/68/snapshot
ID 352 gen 582 top level 274 path .snapshots/69/snapshot
ID 353 gen 583 top level 274 path .snapshots/70/snapshot
ID 354 gen 585 top level 274 path .snapshots/71/snapshot
ID 355 gen 589 top level 274 path .snapshots/72/snapshot
ID 356 gen 593 top level 274 path .snapshots/73/snapshot
ID 357 gen 594 top level 274 path .snapshots/74/snapshot
ID 358 gen 998 top level 274 path .snapshots/75/snapshot
ID 359 gen 1002 top level 274 path .snapshots/76/snapshot

Thank you for your quick response

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Re: btrfs /var changes

Achim Gratz
Jeffrey Harris writes:
> My snapshot was from the 22 of January but this is the output of
> "sudo btrfs subvolume list /"

Well, the installer you used obviously didn't have the change to create
just a single /var subvolume yet.


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Re: btrfs /var changes

Jeffrey Harris
On Sun, 2018-01-28 at 07:52 +0100, Achim Gratz wrote:

> Jeffrey Harris writes:
> > My snapshot was from the 22 of January but this is the output of
> > "sudo btrfs subvolume list /"
>
> Well, the installer you used obviously didn't have the change to
> create
> just a single /var subvolume yet.
>
>
> Regards,
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>


That is correct.  It also does not have the @/ directory, that would
lead me to assume the installer I used (full DVD download from 1/22/18)
must have had a regression or used a previous installer in it.  I would
like to be able to use the snapshot feature of btrfs.  If I need to do
a reinstall I will but I would love to try a fix.

Thank you again
Jeffrey
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Re: btrfs /var changes

Achim Gratz
Jeffrey Harris writes:
> That is correct.  It also does not have the @/ directory, that would
> lead me to assume the installer I used (full DVD download from 1/22/18)
> must have had a regression or used a previous installer in it.  I would
> like to be able to use the snapshot feature of btrfs.  If I need to do
> a reinstall I will but I would love to try a fix.

My best guess is that you actually installed Leap, not Tumbleweed?
Otherwise I'll have to leave your question to the folks providing the
install DVD images.


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Re: btrfs /var changes

John Janus
I filed a bug yesterday concerning the Tumbleweed Installer.
I experienced the same problem with no @ subvolume and various subvolumes
under /var.
For me it depended upon the choice whether to work with the suggestion made by
the installer or the actual partition layout.
I normally choose to define my own layout, as I have a seperate /home
partition I keep between installs. When trying that, however, I noticed that
the installer would use the old subvolume structure (multiple subvolumes under
/var, no @).
When using the suggestion and changing that to my needs by removing all
unnecessary partitions, i got the “correct” structure.
I had to manually delete my root btrfs via the rescuesystem for this to work,
however.

Am Sonntag, 28. Januar 2018, 19:46:54 CET schrieb Achim Gratz:

> Jeffrey Harris writes:
> > That is correct.  It also does not have the @/ directory, that would
> > lead me to assume the installer I used (full DVD download from 1/22/18)
> > must have had a regression or used a previous installer in it.  I would
> > like to be able to use the snapshot feature of btrfs.  If I need to do
> > a reinstall I will but I would love to try a fix.
>
> My best guess is that you actually installed Leap, not Tumbleweed?
> Otherwise I'll have to leave your question to the folks providing the
> install DVD images.
>
>
> Regards,
> Achim.


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Best way to reinstall (was: btrfs /var changes)

Cris70
In reply to this post by Bruno Friedmann-2
Hi all!


Bruno Friedmann-2 wrote
> (...)
>> I would also like to add that snapshot 0117 introduced the new btrfs
>> default subvolume layout
> (...)
> Richard, is there a documented manual way (wiki, github, ml), for those
> who
> will not do a reinstall, but would like to move to the new layout ?
> (...)

I am one of those having the old layout, with multiple subvolumes under /var
*and* with no "@" volume.

My question is: if I want to reinstall to get the new btrfs layout (given
I've not seen a thorough answer to the how-to guide query by Bruno), what
would be the best way to avoid re-doing a lot of work?
What should I back up from the old boot partition (I guess /etc, something
more?)?
Is there a way to save a list of all the installed packages (those that are
not part of a standard installation) and safely re-apply it once
reinstalled?
Other considerations that come to mind?

Thank you in advance
Cris




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Re: btrfs /var changes

Cris70
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Hi all!


Bruno Friedmann-2 wrote
> (...)
>> I would also like to add that snapshot 0117 introduced the new btrfs
>> default subvolume layout
> (...)
> Richard, is there a documented manual way (wiki, github, ml), for those
> who
> will not do a reinstall, but would like to move to the new layout ?
> (...)

I am one of those having the old layout, with multiple subvolumes under /var
*and* with no "@" volume.

My question is: if I want to reinstall to get the new btrfs layout (given
I've not seen a thorough answer to the how-to guide query by Bruno), what
would be the best way to avoid re-doing a lot of work?
What should I back up from the old boot partition (I guess /etc, something
more?)?
Is there a way to save a list of all the installed packages (those that are
not part of a standard installation) and safely re-apply it once
reinstalled?
Other considerations that come to mind?

Thank you in advance
Cris



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Re: btrfs /var changes

Daniele
Il 29/01/2018 19:28, Cris70 ha scritto:

> Hi all!
>
>
> Bruno Friedmann-2 wrote
>> (...)
>>> I would also like to add that snapshot 0117 introduced the new btrfs
>>> default subvolume layout
>> (...)
>> Richard, is there a documented manual way (wiki, github, ml), for those
>> who
>> will not do a reinstall, but would like to move to the new layout ?
>> (...)
>
> I am one of those having the old layout, with multiple subvolumes under /var
> *and* with no "@" volume.
>
> My question is: if I want to reinstall to get the new btrfs layout (given
> I've not seen a thorough answer to the how-to guide query by Bruno), what
> would be the best way to avoid re-doing a lot of work?
> What should I back up from the old boot partition (I guess /etc, something
> more?)?
> Is there a way to save a list of all the installed packages (those that are
> not part of a standard installation) and safely re-apply it once
> reinstalled?
> Other considerations that come to mind?

It depends, usually /etc is enough.
You can save a list of installed packages with
# rpm -qa | sort > rpmlist.txt


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Re: btrfs /var changes

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On Monday, 2018-01-29 at 20:41 +0100, Daniele wrote:
> Il 29/01/2018 19:28, Cris70 ha scritto:

>>  Hi all!
>>
>>
>>  Bruno Friedmann-2 wrote
>>>  (...)
>>>>  I would also like to add that snapshot 0117 introduced the new btrfs
>>>>  default subvolume layout
>>>  (...) Richard, is there a documented manual way (wiki, github, ml),
>>>  for those who will not do a reinstall, but would like to move to the
>>>  new layout ? (...)
>>
>>  I am one of those having the old layout, with multiple subvolumes
>>  under /var *and* with no "@" volume.
>>
>>  My question is: if I want to reinstall to get the new btrfs layout
>>  (given I've not seen a thorough answer to the how-to guide query by
>>  Bruno), what would be the best way to avoid re-doing a lot of work?
>>  What should I back up from the old boot partition (I guess /etc,
>>  something more?)? Is there a way to save a list of all the installed
>>  packages (those that are not part of a standard installation) and
>>  safely re-apply it once reinstalled? Other considerations that come to
>>  mind?
>
> It depends, usually /etc is enough.
> You can save a list of installed packages with
> # rpm -qa | sort > rpmlist.txt

It only works if you are not using any extra repos, because there is no
way I know for saving list of packages and from which repo is each
package.

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Re: btrfs /var changes

Patrick Shanahan-2
* Carlos E. R. <[hidden email]> [01-29-18 17:34]:

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> On Monday, 2018-01-29 at 20:41 +0100, Daniele wrote:
> >Il 29/01/2018 19:28, Cris70 ha scritto:
>
> >> Hi all!
> >>
> >>
> >> Bruno Friedmann-2 wrote
> >>> (...)
> >>>> I would also like to add that snapshot 0117 introduced the new btrfs
> >>>> default subvolume layout
> >>> (...) Richard, is there a documented manual way (wiki, github, ml),
> >>> for those who will not do a reinstall, but would like to move to the
> >>> new layout ? (...)
> >>
> >> I am one of those having the old layout, with multiple subvolumes
> >> under /var *and* with no "@" volume.
> >>
> >> My question is: if I want to reinstall to get the new btrfs layout
> >> (given I've not seen a thorough answer to the how-to guide query by
> >> Bruno), what would be the best way to avoid re-doing a lot of work?
> >> What should I back up from the old boot partition (I guess /etc,
> >> something more?)? Is there a way to save a list of all the installed
> >> packages (those that are not part of a standard installation) and
> >> safely re-apply it once reinstalled? Other considerations that come to
> >> mind?
> >
> >It depends, usually /etc is enough.
> >You can save a list of installed packages with
> ># rpm -qa | sort > rpmlist.txt
>
> It only works if you are not using any extra repos, because there is no way
> I know for saving list of packages and from which repo is each package.
>
> - -- Cheers,
>        Carlos E. R.
>        (from openSUSE 42.2 x86_64 "Malachite" at Telcontar)
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but:   zypper se -si > package.lst.txt
will

cannot remember the last time I resorted to yast for package management.

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On Monday, 2018-01-29 at 18:15 -0500, Patrick Shanahan wrote:

> * Carlos E. R. <t> [01-29-18 17:34]:
>> On Monday, 2018-01-29 at 20:41 +0100, Daniele wrote:
>>> Il 29/01/2018 19:28, Cris70 ha scritto:


>>> It depends, usually /etc is enough.
>>> You can save a list of installed packages with
>>> # rpm -qa | sort > rpmlist.txt
>>
>> It only works if you are not using any extra repos, because there is no way
>> I know for saving list of packages and from which repo is each package.

> but:   zypper se -si > package.lst.txt
> will

oh, right!  :-)

Still, it can not be fed back for reinstall, but I might be able to
concoct something. Thanks.

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Re: btrfs /var changes

Patrick Shanahan-2
* Carlos E. R. <[hidden email]> [01-29-18 22:49]:

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> On Monday, 2018-01-29 at 18:15 -0500, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
>
> >* Carlos E. R. <t> [01-29-18 17:34]:
> >>On Monday, 2018-01-29 at 20:41 +0100, Daniele wrote:
> >>>Il 29/01/2018 19:28, Cris70 ha scritto:
>
>
> >>>It depends, usually /etc is enough.
> >>>You can save a list of installed packages with
> >>># rpm -qa | sort > rpmlist.txt
> >>
> >>It only works if you are not using any extra repos, because there is no way
> >>I know for saving list of packages and from which repo is each package.
>
> >but:   zypper se -si > package.lst.txt
> >will
>
> oh, right!  :-)
>
> Still, it can not be fed back for reinstall, but I might be able to concoct
> something. Thanks.
>
> - -- Cheers,
>        Carlos E. R.
>        (from openSUSE 42.2 x86_64 "Malachite" at Telcontar)
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for i in list;do zypper in $i;done

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Re: btrfs /var changes

Roger Oberholtzer-2
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On Mon, Jan 29, 2018 at 11:32 PM, Carlos E. R.
<[hidden email]> wrote:

> It only works if you are not using any extra repos, because there is no way
> I know for saving list of packages and from which repo is each package.

I don't know either. But I know that kiwi makes a packages list for
all the installed RPMS in the image it has created. It is something
like this:

libssh4|(none)|0.7.5|30.1|x86_64|obs://build.opensuse.org/utilities/openSUSE_Leap_42.3/dc245714e2e845fd36736fdbe56c7a5d-libssh
icewm-lite|(none)|1.3.12|5.6|x86_64|obs://build.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Leap:42.3/standard/535845b9ab9d6015ddaf3a24c68e5181-icewm
zypp-plugin-python|(none)|0.5|7.3|x86_64|obs://build.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Leap:42.3/standard/c380ddb7a254fcb8ca9c8b728765c032-zypp-plugin
libgcc_s1|(none)|7.2.1+r253435|3.2|x86_64|obs://build.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Maintenance:7522/openSUSE_Leap_42.3_Update/997f14d55d599b4c148fafaf3315b95f-gcc7.openSUSE_Leap_42.3_Update

Which is the rpm name, version, release, architecture, and repo.

I wonder how that list is made...

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Re: btrfs /var changes

Stephan Kulow-3
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On 01/30/2018 05:15 AM, Patrick Shanahan wrote:

>
> for i in list;do zypper in $i;done
>
Note that zypper can install multiple packages at once and
in this case you really want to do that as there is a lot
of overhead involved in calling zypper (refreshing repos and
all that)

Greetings, Stephan

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Re: btrfs /var changes

Stefan Seyfried
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On 30.01.2018 09:32, Roger Oberholtzer wrote:
> Which is the rpm name, version, release, architecture, and repo.
>
> I wonder how that list is made...

man rpm
/queryformat
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Re: btrfs /var changes

Andrei Borzenkov
On Tue, Jan 30, 2018 at 12:27 PM, Stefan Seyfried
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> On 30.01.2018 09:32, Roger Oberholtzer wrote:
>> Which is the rpm name, version, release, architecture, and repo.
>>
>> I wonder how that list is made...
>
> man rpm
> /queryformat

And tag for "repo" is ... ?
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Re: btrfs /var changes

Robert Munteanu
On Tue, Jan 30, 2018 at 11:56 AM, Andrei Borzenkov <[hidden email]> wrote:

> On Tue, Jan 30, 2018 at 12:27 PM, Stefan Seyfried
> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> On 30.01.2018 09:32, Roger Oberholtzer wrote:
>>> Which is the rpm name, version, release, architecture, and repo.
>>>
>>> I wonder how that list is made...
>>
>> man rpm
>> /queryformat
>
> And tag for "repo" is ... ?

Try 'VENDOR'.

$ rpm -qa --qf '%{NAME} %{VENDOR}\n'

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