Output the commands that would be run to stdout.
Output the commands that would be run to a file.
Ask yum to install the latest version of the given packages,
instead of the version that was installed in the debug-dump
Ignore the architecture of the packages, so you can "restore"
an i386 debug-dump on an x86_64 machine.
Only perform the given types of commands, so you can filter to
just upgrades and installs.
As yum-debug-restore uses YUM libraries for retrieving all the
information, it relies on YUM configuration for its default values
like which repositories to use. Consult YUM documentation for
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James Antill 15 December 2011 yum-debug-restore(1)