To successfully report bug ABRT suggested me to install some debug packages. But sometimes the size is quite huge and over the time (few bugs) it can bloat the disk, esp when you only have smaller SSD disk. It’d be nice to have a tool (yum plugin?) that keep track of those packages so you can easily remove them. I searched sudo yum remove *debug* but it only “filtered” kernel-debug-devel and there are way more debug (abrt induced) libs installed.
Another thing, packages app (GUI) has no option of sorting (e.g by installed, I was searching for debug keyword), It could also display cummulative size of the packages selected.
This uses rpm and asks for a query of all packages formatted to show the name and size in human terms (i.e. 1024 would be shown as 1K). That then gets passed to sort which is told to sort on the second column by human-readable sizes.
The result is a text list of all of your packages with the largest ones at the end. If you want, say, just the top ten, just use tail like so:
Thanks, I’m qutie fine with cmd line (but that feature is quite primitive and also packages give description for given lib), but that 1st part of my question is what bothers me - keeping track of libs and packages installed cause of problem reporting