Repoquery Command

Synopsis

dnf5 repoquery [options] [<spec>...]

Description

The repoquery command in DNF5 is used for querying packages by matching various input criteria from the user. Arguments defined in spec list could be either file paths or package specs.

Options

--advisories=ADVISORY_NAME,...
Limit to packages in advisories with specified name.
This is a list option.
Expected values are advisory IDs, e.g. FEDORA-2201-123.
--advisory-severities=ADVISORY_SEVERITY,...
Limit to packages in advisories with specified severity.
This is a list option.
Accepted values are: critical, important, moderate, low, none.
--arch=ARCH,...
Limit to packages of these architectures.
This is a list option.
--available
Query available packages.
This is the default behavior.
Can be combined with --installed to query both installed and available packages.
--bugfix
Limit to packages in bugfix advisories.
--bzs=BUGZILLA_ID,...
Limit to packages in advisories that fix a Bugzilla ID.
This is a list option.
Expected values are numeric IDs, e.g. 123123.
--cves=CVE_ID,...
Limit to packages in advisories that fix a CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) ID.
This is a list option.
Expected values are string IDs in CVE format, e.g. CVE-2201-0123.
--disable-modular-filtering
Include packages of inactive module streams.
--duplicates
Limit to installed duplicate packages (i.e. more package versions for the same name and architecture).
Installonly packages are excluded from this set.
--enhancement
Limit to packages in enhancement advisories.
--exactdeps
Limit to packages that require <capability> specified by –whatrequires or –whatdepends.
This option is stackable with –whatrequires or –whatdepends only.
--extras
Limit to installed packages that are not present in any available repository.
--file=FILE,...
Limit to packages that own these files.
This is a list option.
--forcearch=<arch>
Force the use of a specific architecture.
See dnf5-forcearch(7) for more info.
--installed
Query installed packages.
Can be combined with --available to query both installed and available packages.
--installonly
Limit to installed installonly packages.
--latest-limit=N
Limit to N latest packages for a given name.arch (or all except N latest if N is negative).
--leaves
Limit to groups of installed packages not required by other installed packages.
--newpackage
Limit to packages in newpackage advisories.
--recent
Limit to only recently changed packages.
--security
Limit to packages in security advisories.
--srpm
After filtering is finished use packages’ corresponding source RPMs for output.
Enables source repositories.
--unneeded
Limit to unneeded installed packages (i.e. packages that were installed as dependencies but are no longer needed).
This switch lists packages that are going to be removed after executing the autoremove command.
--upgrades
Limit to available packages that provide an upgrade for some already installed package.
--userinstalled
Limit to packages that are not installed as dependencies or weak dependencies.
This means limit to packages that were installed at the user request or indirectly as a part of a module profile or comps group. Additionally it returns packages with unknown reason.
The result may be influenced by the “exclude” option in the configuration file.
--whatconflicts=CAPABILITY,...
Limit to packages that conflict with any of <capabilities>.
This is a list option.
--whatdepends=CAPABILITY,...
Limit to packages that require, enhance, recommend, suggest or supplement any of <capabilities>.
This is a list option.
--whatenhances=CAPABILITY,...
Limit to packages that enhance any of <capabilities>. Use –whatdepends if you want to list all depending packages.
This is a list option.
--whatobsoletes=CAPABILITY,...
Limit to packages that obsolete any of <capabilities>.
This is a list option.
--whatprovides=CAPABILITY,...
Limit to packages that provide any of <capabilities>.
This is a list option.
--whatrecommends=CAPABILITY,...
Limit to packages that recommend any of <capabilities>. Use –whatdepends if you want to list all depending packages.
This is a list option.
--whatrequires=CAPABILITY,...
Limit to packages that require any of <capabilities>. Use –whatdepends if you want to list all depending packages.
This is a list option.
--whatsuggests=CAPABILITY,...
Limit to packages that suggest any of <capabilities>. Use –whatdepends if you want to list all depending packages.
This is a list option.
--whatsupplements=CAPABILITY,...
Limit to packages that supplement any of <capabilities>. Use –whatdepends if you want to list all depending packages.
This is a list option.

Formatting Options

Set what information is displayed about each package. The following are mutually exclusive, i.e. at most one can be specified. If no formatting option is given, selected packages are displayed in "%{full_nevra}" queryformat.

--conflicts
Like --qf "%{conflicts}" but deduplicated and sorted per line.
--depends
Like --qf "%{depends}" but deduplicated and sorted per line.
--enhances
Like --qf "%{enhances}" but deduplicated and sorted per line.
--files
Like --qf "%{files}" but deduplicated and sorted per line.
--obsoletes
Like --qf "%{obsoletes}" but deduplicated and sorted per line.
--provides
Like --qf "%{provides}" but deduplicated and sorted per line.
--recommends
Like --qf "%{recommends}" but deduplicated and sorted per line.
--requires
Like --qf "%{requires}" but deduplicated and sorted per line.
--requires-pre
Like --qf "%{requires_pre}" but deduplicated and sorted per line.
--sourcerpm
Like --qf "%{sourcerpm}" but deduplicated and sorted per line.
--suggests
Like --qf "%{suggests}" but deduplicated and sorted per line.
--supplements
Like --qf "%{supplements}" but deduplicated and sorted per line.
--location
Like --qf "%{location}" but deduplicated and sorted per line.
--info
Show detailed information about the package.
--changelogs
Print the package changelogs.
--querytags
Display available tags for –queryformat.
--queryformat=<format>
Display format for packages. The <format> string can contain tags (%{<tag>}) which are replaced with corresponding attributes of the package.
Default is "%{full_nevra}". The <format> string is expanded and deduplicated for each package.

* arch - Display architecture of the package.
* buildtime - Display buildtime of the package in Unix time.
* conflicts - Display capabilities that the package conflicts with. Separated by new lines.
* debug_name - Display name of debuginfo package of the package.
* depends - Display capabilities that the package depends on, enhances, recommends, suggests or supplements. Separated by new lines.
* description - Display description of the package.
* downloadsize - Display download size of the package.
* enhances - Display capabilities enhanced by the package. Separated by new lines.
* epoch - Display epoch of the package.
* evr - Display epoch:version-release of the package. Epoch 0 is omitted.
* files - Show files in the package. Separated by new lines.
* from_repo - Display id of repository the package is installed from. Empty for not installed packages.
* full_nevra - Display name-epoch:version-release.arch of the package. Even epoch 0 is included.
* group - Display group of the package. This is not Comps group.
* location - Display location of the package.
* installsize - Display install size of the package.
* installtime - Display install time of the package.
* license - Display license of the package.
* name - Display name of the package.
* obsoletes - Display capabilities obsoleted by the package. Separated by new lines.
* packager - Display packager of the package.
* prereq_ignoreinst - Display safe to remove requires_pre requirements of an installed package. Empty for not installed packages. Separated by new lines.
* provides - Display capabilities provided by the package. Separated by new lines.
* reason - Display reason why the packages was installed.
* recommends - Display capabilities recommended by the package. Separated by new lines.
* regular_requires - Display capabilities requried by the package without its %pre, %post, %preun and %postun requirements. Separated by new lines.
* release - Display release of the package.
* repoid - Display id of repository the package is in.
* reponame - Display name of repository the package is in.
* requires - Display capabilities requried by the package (combines regular_requires and requires_pre).
* requires_pre - For an installed package display capabilities that it depends on to run its %pre, %post, %preun and %postun scripts. For not installed package display just %pre and $post requirements. Separated by new lines.
* source_debug_name - Display name of debuginfo package for source package of the package.
* source_name - Display source RPM name of the package.
* sourcerpm - Display source RPM of the package.
* suggests - Display capabilities suggested by the package. Separated by new lines.
* summary - Display summary of the package.
* supplements - Display capabilities supplemented by the package. Separated by new lines.
* url - Display url of the package.
* vendor - Display vendor of the package.
* version - Display version of the package.

Examples

dnf5 repoquery /etc/koji.conf
List packages which provide the given file.
dnf5 repoquery *http*
List packages containing the http inside their name.
dnf5 repoquery --installed --security
List installed packages included in any security advisories.

See Also

dnf5-advisory(8), Advisory command
dnf5-leaves(8), Leaves command
dnf5-specs(7), Patterns specification