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Check-rpm-package-integrity


Check the package integrity in the system.


yum-plugin-verify

apt-get install yum-verify
yum verify-all

This extension adds the verify-multilib, verify-all and verify-rpm commands. These work like rpm -V to check the package integrity in the system.

yum-plugin-verify also add the options --verify-filenames and --verify-configuration-files.

yum verify-all [PACKAGE|all|extras]

Check the packages and displays the failed verification data, showing all the differences, even some that would be ignored by rpm.

verify-multilib [PACKAGE|all|extras]

Check packages and shows unsatisfied verification data. yum verify is an alias for yum verify-multilib.

verify-rpm [PACKAGE|all|extras]

Verifies packages and shows unsatisfied verification data, the output is intended to be similar to rpm -V. --verify-filenames=VERIFY_FILENAMES

It only verifies the specified file names. --verify-configuration-files=yes|no|true|false

It only checks or not the files labelled as configuration files.

Configuration

/etc/yum/pluginconf.d/verify.conf
[main]
enabled=1
#  Display verify mismatches with config. files, should probably use AIDE etc.
# instead, if you really want this.
# configuration-files = True

# # Add more colour to your life (these are the defaults):
# [highlight]
#
# # Don't output these problems in colour:
# low-priority = mtime, genchecksum, permissions-missing, state,missingok,ghost
#
# # Don't highlight the values of these problems
# filter-old   = mtime, checksum
# filter-new   = mtime, checksum
#
# # These are the default highlight values
# new     = reverse
# 
# old-fg  = red
#
# file    = underline
# file-fg = green
#
# tags    = bold
# tags-fg = yellow
# tags-bg = black

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