DNF 1.0.2 Has Many Bug Fixes, Minor Enhancements
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 22 July 2015 at 08:48 AM EDT. 3 Comments
A new point release to DNF 1.0 is now available that addresses the feedback of the Fedora community now that Fedora 22 has been out there a while and forces Yum users over to using this next-generation package management solution.

With DNF 1.0.2, when a transaction fails, the downloaded RPM packages are now preserved until the next successful transaction. Additionally, DNF 1.0.2 has a new max parallel downloads option, a --repofrompath CLI switch, and new API additions. There are also a handful of bugs fixed within this latest DNF update.

More details on DNF 1.0.2 via the release notes.
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