How to Clean Yum Cache on CentOS?

We all know that Yum is an open-source command-line package, and when it is downloaded, installed, and removed, there is a high probability that it may still be stored in Yum’s cache. 

Follow the commands given below to clean the Yum cache:

1. To clean the Yum cache to reclaim disk space due to corrupt metadata files – 

# yum clean packages

2. To delete metadata from the enabled repository, use the following command – 

 yum clean metadata

3. To delete package headers – 

# yum clean headers

4. To clean all cached – 

yum clean all

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