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    Default yast problem:SQL error or missing database

    Hello

    An error occurs each time I try to start "Software Management". It starts downloading package info from the repository and after some time leaves an error message saying "History - SQL logic error or
    missing database". I tried to delete the repositories so that I can reconfigure them. However, I can not delete Main update repository. Please suggest.

    Thank you.

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    Default Re: yast problem:SQL error or missing database

    Quote Originally Posted by Cross_AM
    Hello

    An error occurs each time I try to start "Software Management". It
    starts downloading package info from the repository and after some time
    leaves an error message saying "History - SQL logic error or missing
    database". I tried to delete the repositories so that I can reconfigure
    them. However, I can not delete Main update repository. Please suggest.

    Thank you.
    Hi
    Try it from the CLI then (console/konsole);
    Code:
    sudo zypper ref
    sudo zypper lu
    sudo zypper up
    The first command refreshes the repositories, the second lists any
    updates, the third will apply the updates.

    If that doesn't work a read here;
    Package
    Manager Cleanup


    Note the script has an error, the correct one is here;
    SDB:Speed
    up Package Manager Stack - openSUSE


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    Default Re: yast problem:SQL error or missing database

    Malcolm wrote:
    > Hi
    > Try it from the CLI then (console/konsole);
    >
    Code:
    > sudo zypper ref
    > sudo zypper lu
    > sudo zypper up
    >
    > The first command refreshes the repositories, the second lists any
    > updates, the third will apply the updates.
    >
    > If that doesn't work a read here;
    > Package
    > Manager Cleanup

    >
    > Note the script has an error, the correct one is here;
    > SDB:Speed
    > up Package Manager Stack - openSUSE

    >


    Thank you.
    Code:
    sqlite3 /var/cache/zypp/zypp.db vacuum
    This line did it for me.

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