the -l will look on that path to find the rpm, useful for example if you have a dvd and you want to use as initial cache
I do run my commands in that way as when 5.9 came out, I had a lot of those rpms in 5.8 or 5 latest, rite?
Worst thing that could happen, is the rpm is not there, and will have to download, but if it's there will copy it
for UEK and addons those are unique rpm, so I don't use -l
for the playground, that are the new kernel based on 3.x directly, i don't use --url, as I don't wat the script to enable that repo, but I do want to download what that channel have
so, for known versions 6.0 to 6.4 you can use -R 6.n or even -R 6.UEK
for other repos you can pass the name as -r repo
Regarding the OVM3, the OVM3 is not on the repo, so I don't use my script for that, however, you can use the tools your self