We located an application recommended by one of customers for sharing certain data. It was available for installation using a few different methods. Using yum was also recommended for the installation. The install instructions began with what appeared to be a fairly typical command as indicated below (with the URL slightly altered). sudo rpm --import https://rpm.xxxxx.com/rpmrepo.key To our junior employee assigned to perform the install on a test system, it seemed like a good idea to do some checking on the rpm option --import indicated in those instructions. They did not find the --import in any of the 14 pages of the CentOS 7 man page for rpm. Some Google searches indicated that the --import option does exist. The repo setup and application installation all went well and took only about three minutes. The app is also working as intended. Is there some good reason for --import being left out of the manual page?