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In the output of a yum list installed, I got

wget.x86_64              1.14-13.el7     @base               
which.x86_64             2.20-7.el7      @anaconda 

But anaconda is not in the list of repositories.

I suspect the repository was defined at installation time, but I can not confirm this.

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The anaconda repository is not really a repository. It just means that when you installed CentOS, those packages were also installed during the installation. Anaconda is the installer program CentOS uses.

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