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Re: finding orphaned files



OK. I'm not sure what you mean by "which way". If you haven't already done so, you might want to investigate the --dump query option to get detailed info on directory ownership and permissions.
Fortunately, I am not responsible for all of the RedHat RPMs.
Unfortunately, I'm only responsible for a handful of our own RPMs.  Even
more unfortunately, some of the modifications on the systems (additional
apps and such) aren't always added with RPM.  Its this last scenario that I
am trying to provide the enumeration for.  The question was more towards
being able to tell which way an rpm owned a directory and its contents with
only access to the RPM database.

-greg

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