Re: Access superseded Fedora RPMs

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Hi Kai,

On Fri, Sep 08, 2023 at 09:58:58PM +0200, Kai A. Hiller wrote:
> Hello,
> I’m trying to recreate – on the level of RPMs – a Fedora system as resolved
> by DNF at an earlier moment in time (think lockfile). Collecting a list of
> the installed RPMs and their versions for a given system is easily done via
> `dnf list installed`; though, afaict these RPMs in their exact versions may
> no longer be available at Fedora mirrors at a later point in time. This
> leads to my question: Is there a Fedora-canonical way of finding and
> attaining these superseded RPMs?
> (Alternatively, I was thinking about hosting a private, modified mirror that
> serves all versions of an RPM. Does that sound like a good idea?)
Try installing fedora-repos-archive -- you'll get a repo definition for
fedora-updates-archive, which has all versions of released updates
rather than just the latest.

IIRC it was added on the request of CoreOS.

Best regards,

Michel Lind (né Salim)

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