This might be useful:
$ rpm -ql rpmdb-redhat-7.2-0.20010924
and looking at the RPM rpm..
On Monday 24 June 2002 12:52, Peter Flynn wrote:
> I have a RH6.2 machine with a corrupted RPM database (the result of
> manually "upgrading" the RPM binary to v4 and the DB2 along with it,
> probably in the wrong sequence, when I ought to have used up2date).
> The rebuild and init functions cause a segfault.
>> I have another RH6.2 machine with a perfectly working RPM database
> and a very similar but not identical package set.
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