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When you're installing packages, dnf only needs to resolve any dependencies in what it's installing, and in an upgrade/update, you're installing a newer version of an existing package. It has no need to check for or resolve dependencies in anything else, because there really shouldn't be anything to do. What repoclosure is meant for is a tad unclear to me, but it might be a modern version of the old package-cleanup problems.