[CentOS] Missing /etc/log/rpmpkgs

Vandaman vandaman2002-sk at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Dec 8 18:03:06 UTC 2008


Robert Moskowitz <rgm at htt-consult.com> wrote:

> On one system I am missing /etc/log/rpmpkgs
> 
> I believe that this file is updated by some cron job, and
> maybe I just 
> have not had this system powered up at the right time for
> the job to 
> run.  Though I had thought that if a job was scheduled for
> a time the 
> computer was off, it would run sometime soon (with some
> definition of 
> 'soon') once the system was on again.
> 
> On another system, I have /etc/log/rpmpkgs, but a rpm I
> installed from 
> the karan testing repo is shown installed in
> /etc/log/yum.log but not in 
> rpmpkgs.
> 

Are you using slackware or gentoo? The logs are located in /var/log/
unless you are using some other non-redhat distro.

Regards,
Vandaman.


      



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