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should I use dnf in place of yum in RHEL/CentOS 7.9?

You can do it the other way and use yum in CentOS 9. DNF was introduced in Fedora and RHEL 8 planned to switch to DNF but to make it less confusing DNF was renamed to YUM 4 in RHEL 8 and the yum ...
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Yum update crashes

So I ran yum update --skip-broken followed by a regular yum update and through that, I was able to narrow the offending package to snap. Doing yum uninstall snapd fixed the problem.
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What package manager exists in this linux distro

Minimal RHEL-based images use microdnf as their package manager, that’s what you’ll find here.

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