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DNF showing too much debug info

So, I don't really know how it happened. I'm running the newest Korora on Gnome, at first everything was okay, and then at some point DNF started being way too verbose. For example, the output of command dnf:

[19:53 burashi ~]$ dnf
INFO:dnf:--- logging initialized ---
DDEBUG:dnf:timer: config: 69 ms
DEBUG:dnf:cachedir: /var/tmp/dnf-burashi-7uol8n9l
DEBUG:dnf:Loaded plugins: builddep, playground, system-upgrade, copr, generate_completion_cache, versionlock, repomanage, reposync, noroot, needs-restarting, config-manager, protected_packages, debuginfo-install, Query, download
DEBUG:dnf:DNF version: 1.1.10
DDEBUG:dnf:Command: dnf 
DDEBUG:dnf:Installroot: /
DDEBUG:dnf:Releasever: 25
CRITICAL:dnf:You need to give some command
usage: dnf [options] COMMAND

List of Main Commands

autoremove                remove all unneeded packages that were originally installed as dependencies
check-update              check for available package upgrades
clean                     remove cached data
distro-sync               synchronize installed packages to the latest available versions
downgrade                 downgrade a package
group                     display, or use, the groups information
help                      display a helpful usage message
history                   display, or use, the transaction history
info                      display details about a package or group of packages
install                   install a package or packages on your system
list                      list a package or groups of packages
makecache                 generate the metadata cache
mark                      mark or unmark installed packages as installed by user.
provides                  find what package provides the given value
reinstall                 reinstall a package
remove                    remove a package or packages from your system
repolist                  display the configured software repositories
repository-packages       run commands on top of all packages in given repository
search                    search package details for the given string
updateinfo                display advisories about packages
upgrade                   upgrade a package or packages on your system
upgrade-to                upgrade a package on your system to the specified version

List of Plugin Commands

builddep                  Install build dependencies for package or spec file
config-manager            manage dnf configuration options and repositories
copr                      Interact with Copr repositories.
debuginfo-install         install debuginfo packages
download                  Download package to current directory
needs-restarting          determine updated binaries that need restarting
playground                Interact with Playground repository.
repomanage                Manage a directory of rpm packages
repoquery                 search for packages matching keyword
reposync                  download all packages from remote repo
system-upgrade            Prepare system for upgrade to a new release
versionlock               control package version locks
DDEBUG:dnf:Cleaning up.

I tried changing the /etc/dnf/dnf.conf, specifically adding debuglevel=0 and errorlevel=0, but it didn't change anything (maybe I have to "confirm" it somehow? I did restart the computer)

Can you provide the output of dnf list installed dnf*? Also please post your dnf.conf.

Ignoring all the debug stuff, it outputs:

Installed Packages
dnf.noarch                                   1.1.10-6.fc25              @updates
dnf-conf.noarch                              1.1.10-6.fc25              @updates
dnf-plugin-system-upgrade.noarch             0.7.1-4.fc25               @updates
dnf-plugins-core.noarch                      0.1.21-5.fc25              @updates
dnf-yum.noarch                               1.1.10-6.fc25              @updates
dnfdaemon.noarch                             0.3.16-3.fc25              @updates
dnfdaemon-selinux.noarch                     0.3.16-3.fc25              @updates



They both look fine, the same as on my system. Are you running dnf as a user or using su -?

I've also asked on irc for you.

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