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NAME

       yum list data plugin

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", "Development/Tools" and "System Environment/Base"

       list-packagers
              Is used to list the aggregate of the packager attribute on the  packages,  examples
              are "Fedora Project" and "Red Hat, Inc.".

       list-licenses
              Is  used  to  list the aggregate of the license attribute on the packages, examples
              are "GPL" and "MIT"

       list-arches
              Is used to list the aggregate of the arch attribute on the packages,  examples  are
              "i386" and "x86_64"

       list-committers
              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 "xenbuilder1.fedora.redhat.com"

       list-baseurls
              Is used to list the aggregate of the url attribute on the packages 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 packagesize attribute on the
              packages, examples are "[    1B -  10KB ]" and "[ 750KB -   1MB ]".

       list-archive-sizes
              Is used to list the aggregate of specified ranges the archivesize attribute on  the
              packages, examples are "[    1B -  10KB ]" and "[ 750KB -   1MB ]".

       list-installed-sizes
              Is  used  to  list the aggregate of specified ranges the installedsize 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 packages 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, use:

              yum list-committers 'yum*'

       To list ranges of the sizes of pacakges installed or available, use:

              yum list-package-sizes

       To list yum groups that have an update, use:

              yum list-groups

SEE ALSO

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

AUTHORS

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