[CentOS] how to determine what's installed from a repository?

Tue Jul 21 23:06:57 UTC 2015
Fred Smith <fredex at fcshome.stoneham.ma.us>

On Tue, Jul 21, 2015 at 04:09:57PM -0500, Robert Wolfe wrote:
> Try:
> sudo yum repo-pkgs base info | less
> Where "base" can be anyh repoid that you have installed.

but "yum repo-pkgs" seems to work only on Centos-7. It's good if
that's your distro, but not so great otherwise.

but thanks for posting that, I hadn't yet learned about that option.
> Hello all--
> I am trying to determine what I have isntalled from a given repository.
> I have seen several references to "yum repo-pkgs" which I think is what would work for me, but  "repo-pkgs" does not seem to be a part of yum 3.2.29. Is this a yum add on that I could get somewhere?

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