On 9/11/15, 10:01 AM, "Doug Ledford" <email@example.com> wrote:
>On 09/11/2015 12:48 PM, Matt Hall wrote:
>> Yes, that did not work and left the first rpm in place. I think we did
>> something bad with the EVR and rpm was unable to find / remove the old
>> For instance, on the command line, I am able to do a
>> ³rpm -qi rpmone--² and get output, for the second
>> more correctly named rpm.
>> if I do the same to the first rpmone, rpm cannot find it and says that
>> the package is not installed. Yet both packages show up in a rpm -qa¹
>> or rpm -qi rpmone¹ (no version or release)
>It's probably the - in the upstream version. I think that's a reserved
>character and it changes the n-v-r matching such that the names are no
>longer the same.
I think you are correct. I found the yum-util package-cleanup¹ which
correctly found the dupe, but also failed to remove it.
So now that I have an entry in my rpmdb with a malformed V that breaks the
NVR matching, is there a way to selectively remove that one in particular?
My only workaround seems to be
³rpm -ev rpmone-version-release² # remove good package
³rpm -ev noscripts rpmone² # remove bad package
³rpm -Uvh rpmone-version-release.rpm² # put good package back
Interestingly enough, I /can¹t/ remove the package via erase unless I
specify the noscripts option. ?
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