Hope this is the right place to bring this up. I am using Fedora Server 33 currently and have found yum-cron is not available from any repo that came with the installation. Has this been replaced or require a separate repo now?
Hey @appwolf welcome to the discussion.
The reason yum-cron is not showing up is because it has been replaced with dnf-automatic:
$ dnf info dnf-automatic Available Packages Name : dnf-automatic Version : 4.8.0 Release : 1.fc34 Architecture : noarch Size : 45 k Source : dnf-4.8.0-1.fc34.src.rpm Repository : updates Summary : Package manager - automated upgrades URL : https://github.com/rpm-software-management/dnf License : GPLv2+ Description : Systemd units that can periodically download package upgrades and apply them.