14.3.  yum Options

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yum options are typically stated before specific yum commands; i.e. yum <options> <command> <package name/s> . Most of these options can be set as default using the configuration file.
The following is a list of the most commonly-used yum options. For a complete list of available yum options, refer to man yum.
Answer "yes" to every question in the transaction.
Sets yum to be "tolerant" of errors with regard to packages specified in the transaction. For example, if you run yum update package1 package2 and package2 is already installed, yum will continue to install package1.
--exclude=<package name>
Excludes a specific package by name or glob in a specific transaction.
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