In short, there is no easy path to find it out using swupd commands, we are working on
this feature and hopefully that will be released soon.
For now the best is (if you’re willing to) inspect manifests files that are included into
the release by examining the MoM and then each of child sub manifests.
On 1/27/16, 5:43 PM, "Dev on behalf of Long, Paul"
behalf of paul.long(a)intel.com<mailto:paul.long(a)intel.com>> wrote:
What is the best way to figure out what packages are included in what bundles?
Say, for instance, I want to run sar on my baremetal install of Clear Linux OS for Intel
Architecture. I can go to https://download.clearlinux.org/current/source/SRPMS/
observe that sysstat v11.2.0-16 seems to be available in the 5940 release.
Now I can run swupd bundle-add –list on my machine and see all the available bundles
and make a couple of guesses based on what I see there; maybe it is in
sysadmin-[basic|advanced]? Or just sysadmin?
There must be a better way, thanks.