my question was based on experience but is closed under another reason:

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Your question asks, "Isn't Fedora's DNF a failure?".

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  • your question is just a rant in disguise: “______ sucks, am I right?”

Your question is a rant in disguise. The community, therefore, voted to close it.

You do have some content that could be interesting to look further at (some issue with dnf autoremove?). Still, you provide no information about this that gives us any handle on the issue, like error messages, configuration details etc.

Your general sense of dnf being "slow" could also be presented more objectively and later possibly properly debugged. However, there is no information to go on in the question.

The question as a whole is opinion-based, and when disregarding the rant, it is unclear (lacking enough details) and unfocused (more than a single issue).

Since the question has accumulated several downvotes, I would suggest asking new and separate questions about your issues with dnf if you want help resolving them.

  • the only thing that was a rant in disguise was in the comment > It is also like bad dream This is unix.stackexchange.com not psychology.stackexchange.com > I tested different distroes and came to a conclusion. If one can not understand the difference between criticism and rant. Well, the fall of Afghanistan isn't strange anymore (Because of Biden's decision and the closure of his critics). Fedora was a bad distro, based on experience.
    – user487583
    Sep 4 at 5:20
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    @user487583: The difference between criticism and rant is irrelevant in this case. The question, as written, still just asks for an opinion.
    – Chenmunka
    Sep 4 at 17:16
  • You continue to rant, opine and provide zero facts for your observations. I've been using Fedora since RedHat 5.0 (not RHEL, RedHat 5.0 which was released in the 90s) and dnf had been sort of slow before libsolv became a reality but nowadays dnf is lightning fast. Also your question contained outright falsehoods which I addressed in the comments. Sep 23 at 7:47

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