In a previous post I covered a few useful yum commands.  One of these is repoquery, a tool for querying yum repositories in a similar way to using rpm queries.  repoquery works directly against the Oracle Linux yum server.


Whereas the following works against

$ sudo repoquery --list vim-minimal 


When using, ULN you must use the --plugins flag for the repoquery command to return anything

$ sudo repoquery --plugins --list vim-minimal