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After the upgrade most of my packages are from Fedora 23 as expected, but some are still from fc22, most of which seem to be from Rpmfusion.

# rpm -qa |grep fc23.x86_64|wc -l
1499

# rpm -qa |grep fc22.x86_64|wc -l
68

The file /etc/redhat-release comes from this package. Did you upgrade this one?

# rpm -qf /etc/redhat-release 
fedora-release-23-0.17.noarch

After the upgrade most of my packages are from Fedora 23 as expected, but some are still from fc22, most of which seem to be from Rpmfusion.

# rpm -qa |grep fc23.x86_64|wc -l
1499

# rpm -qa |grep fc22.x86_64|wc -l
68

The file /etc/redhat-release comes from this package. Did you upgrade this one?

# rpm -qf /etc/redhat-release 
fedora-release-23-0.17.noarch

After the upgrade most of my packages are from Fedora 23 as expected, but some are still from fc22, most of which seem to be from Rpmfusion.

# rpm -qa |grep fc23.x86_64|wc -l
1499

# rpm -qa |grep fc22.x86_64|wc -l
68

The file /etc/redhat-release comes from this package. Did you upgrade this one?

# rpm -qf /etc/redhat-release 
fedora-release-23-0.17.noarch

I used

fedup --network 23

to upgrade because the way described in . https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Upgrading_Fedora_using_yum#Fedora_22_-.3E_Fedora_23 did not work because of unresolved dependencies.