zypp-NameReqPrv - Man Page

Investigate packages and dependencies in solver test-cases

Synopsis

zypp-NameReqPrv [--root DIR] [[Options] NAME...]...

Description

Load all enabled repositories (without refresh) and search for occurrences of regular expression NAME in package names or dependencies. In case DIR denotes a directory containing a solver test-case, repositories and settings provided by the test-case are loaded instead.

A solver test-case is an abstract of repositories, packages, hardware and dependency resolution related settings which can be created by using zyppers --debug-solver option. Attached to a bug report the test-case helps investigating the reported behavior. Options and output of this command are tailored to this use-case and may change as needed.

Reported matches show the packages internal id, name, version and architecture, priority and name of the providing repository, vendor, buildtime and the locations matching NAME.

2431  zypper-1.9.16-22.2.x86_64  (99)@System  openSUSE  1400499579
                                              nam: zypper
40947  zypper-1.9.3-1.1.x86_64    (99)repo-oss (13.1)  openSUSE     1383049437
                                                       nam: zypper
56140  zypper-1.9.16-22.2.x86_64  (99)repo-oss-update (13.1)  openSUSE     1400499579
                                                              nam: zypper

Options

--root DIR

Load repos from the system located below DIR. If DIR denotes a solver test-case, the test-case is loaded.

--installed

Process installed packages only.

-i/-I

Turn on/off case insensitive search (default on)

-n/-N

Turn on/off looking for names       (default on)

-p/-P

Turn on/off looking for provides    (default off)

-r/-R

Turn on/off looking for requires    (default off)

-c/-C

Turn on/off looking for conflicts   (default off)

-o/-O

Turn on/off looking for obsoletes   (default off)

-m/-M

Turn on/off looking for recommends  (default off)

-s/-S

Turn on/off looking for supplements (default off)

-a

Short for -n -p -r

-A

Short for -n -P -R

-D PKG

Dump dependencies of package PKG (exact name).

Authors

Michael Andres <ma@suse.de>

See Also

zypper(8)

Info

2021-02-11 SUSE Linux LIBZYPP