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It may be your mirror. You could get updates from one mirror and updates-debuginfo from another mirror. All mirrors are not maintained/created equal. Pick another mirror if you’re not happy with the one the system picked for you. (My local mirror here in Norway is often several days behind schedule.

You can avoid mirrors and get updates straight from Fedora infrastructure with the bodhi-client. The Fedora Magazine recently ran an article explaining how to use it.

It may be your mirror. You could get updates from one mirror and updates-debuginfo from another mirror. All mirrors are not maintained/created equal. Even from the same mirror, the two repositories may be out of sync. Pick another mirror if you’re not happy with the one the system picked for you. (My My local mirror here in Norway is often several days behind schedule.bodhi, which sometimes even introduces dependency conflicts.

You can avoid mirrors and get updates straight from Fedora infrastructure with the bodhi-client. The Fedora Magazine recently ran an article explaining how to use it.

It may be your mirror. You could get updates from one mirror and updates-debuginfo from another mirror. All mirrors are not maintained/created equal. Even from the same mirror, the two repositories may be out of sync. Pick another mirror if you’re not happy with the one the system picked for you. My local mirror here in Norway is often several days behind bodhi, which sometimes even introduces dependency conflicts.

You can avoid mirrors and get updates straight from Fedora infrastructure with the bodhi-client. The Fedora Magazine recently ran an article explaining how to use it.