The RPM package manager lets us distribute, manage, and update software. It is also an underlying component of other package managers such as `yum` and `dnf`. As such, it’s paramount there are no issues with RPM while working on our Red Hat servers. In the event our RPM database corrupts, there are steps we can take to recover the database and thus repair the issues. This hands-on lab reviews these steps.
_This course is not approved or sponsored by Red Hat._
Successfully complete this lab by achieving the following learning objectives:
- Reproduce the Issue
Attempt to run an
- Repair RPM Database
Use provided RPM tools to restore the RPM database back into a working state.
- Verify Fix
Verify that the database repair was successful.