Hey Colin -
You're correct -- they will persist. However, there's only a plugin for
yum, and not bare RPM. If the packages were installed with "rpm -Uvh ...",
they won't be 'sticky'. I believe this is also part of the documentation.
If you don't remember whether you used yum or not, you can
We're running RHV 4.1.6. Yesterday I upgraded the RHV-H nodes in our DEV
environment to 20180102 and found that all the non-RHEL RPMs are now gone.
Their associated config files in /etc are still there. The RPMs in
question were from HPE SPP plus a monitoring system client (Xymon).
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