Removing any module from Software center always ends up with two red warnings:
- [PackageSackError] Rpmdb changed underneath us
- Resolving RPM dependencies
The install/update may have failed due to metadata caching issues. Please clean the cache by clicking the button below and retry the install/update operation.
[CLEAR YUM CACHE]
…at least on my setup.
The warnings seem to be triggered by
Jul 9 00:54:41 intranet pkgaction: remove: @nethserver-backup, nethserver-backup-config, nethserver-backup-data, nethserver-restore-data
Jul 9 00:54:41 intranet pkgaction: update:
Jul 9 00:54:41 intranet pkgaction: install:
Jul 9 00:54:42 intranet yum: Erased: nethserver-restore-data-1.1.0-1.ns7.noarch
Jul 9 00:54:42 intranet yum: Erased: nethserver-backup-data-1.2.0-1.ns7.noarch
Jul 9 00:54:42 intranet yum: Erased: nethserver-backup-config-1.5.0-1.ns7.noarch
Jul 9 00:54:43 intranet pkgaction: [PackageSackError] Rpmdb changed underneath us
A line on
yum history reads like:
yum history info for the transaction shows a line with:
Return-Code : ** Aborted **
but the module was removed.
yum history warning (RPMDB altered outside of yum) goes away after any successful rpm transaction (eg. yum install packagename). But returns after any pkgaction --remove call (either from Neth-gui or from console).