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Troubleshoot RPM

Troubleshoot RPM: Linux: Package Management for CentOS
Troubleshoot RPM: Linux: Package Management for CentOS

On occasion, the RPM database can get corrupted. This is a bigger problem that you might think. If the package database is broken, RPM will think that nothing is installed. You can use tar to back up your RPM database easily. After you have created a backup, you can delete the RPM database. You can use the rebuilddb option of RPM to rebuild the database.

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