[CentOS-devel] Delta RPMs disabled by default?

Tue Jul 8 10:18:09 UTC 2014
Trevor Hemsley <trevor.hemsley at ntlworld.com>

On 08/07/14 11:06, Mustafa Muhammad wrote:
> Hi,
> I installed CentOS 7 today, congratulations, and thank you for this
> fast release.
> I found a problem (or a design decision?), deltarpm is not installed
> by default (minimal install), when I ran "yum distro-sync" I got:
> Delta RPMs disabled because /usr/bin/applydeltarpm not installed.
> deltarpm is important to me (and anybody with limited bandwidth), so
> is this intended or simply a bug?
> Regards
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You did a minimal install so the package selection you got is, err,
minimal. You can enable delta rpms by installing the binary it needs and
told you about. Running

yum provides '*/applydeltarpm'

will show you the package name.