locks - libzypp locking file
The file /etc/zypp/locks is read by libzypp at start-up if zypp.conf allows it. The entries are used for initial locking of packages. Locking a package means not allowing to install or uninstall it. Valid entries are of the form: attribute: value Where attributes and their values are described below. Locks are separated by an empty lines.
All attributes are lower-case. repo specifies repository restriction. Only alias is accepted. By default all repositories match. type resolvable type restriction. The values can be package, patch, pattern, product and srcpackage. By default all types match. case_sensitive if strings are matched case sensitive. The values are true, false, on, off. The default is case insensitive. install_status status of object. Possible states are installed, not-installed and all. If more install statuses are specified then the last one is used. The values are installed for all packages which are installed, non-installed for packages which can be installed or reinstalled and all for both. The default is all. match_type type of string matching in values. Does not affect type and repo which must be specified exactly. The values are exact, substring, regex for regular expressions, glob for matching as on the command line, and word. The default is substring. query_string String to be matched in multiple attributes. Should be restricted by another attribute with empty value (it is recommended, because without restriction expect some performance problems). version Restrict the lock only to some versions. It contains two parts: an optional operator and the version. The operator is ==, !=, <, >, , >=. If operator is not specified then == is used. The version has the format [epoch:]version[-release]. Example: version: < 0:0.11.4-2 solvable_name name of object (e.g. zypper) solvable_summary summary of object solvable_arch architecture of object (e.g. x86_64, i586) solvable_description description of object solvable_eula license text of objects which request accepting license by user solvable_license license of package (only for package) (e.g. GPL2) solvable_keywords keywords which specify package (only for package) solvable_authors authors of package (only for package) solvable_group package group (only for package) (e.g. Development/Tools/Version Control ) update_reference_type reference for update (e.g. bugzilla,cve) (only for patches)
Exact Package This is the way YaST UI does it. Lock k3b (e.g. you don't want to update it). -----locks----- type: package solvable_name: k3b match_type: exact case_sensitive: on Package Wildcard This is the way "zypper addlock cross-*-gcc-icecream-backend" does it. -----locks----- type: package solvable_name: cross-*-gcc-icecream-backend match_type: glob case_sensitive: on Versioned Lock Do not install new GCC. This format is used when converting from the openSUSE-10.3 lock format. -----locks----- solvable_name: gcc match_type: glob version: > 4.2 Anything named KDE Locks everything which contains kde in the name. -----locks----- solvable_name: kde Anything mentioning KDE Locks everything which contains kde in the name, summary, or description. -----locks----- query_string: kde solvable_name: solvable_summary: solvable_description:
This manual page only covers the most important attributes. The complete list is available at http://en.opensuse.org/Libzypp/Locksfile
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