The rpm.versions system manages many of the RPMs on your cPanel & WHM server.
cPanel & WHM includes PHP and its modules as a set of RPMs, including the associated PEAR and PECL packages and PHP loaders.
Hosting providers and system administrators can use this document to determine whether their systems have been compromised.
This document describes how to build custom RPMs for your Red-Hat® systems.
System administrators and third-party developers can modify cPanel-provided RPM management.
This document provides steps for how to set RPM targets to both the managed and unmanaged states.
In order for third-party customers to create their own RPM repositories, they must create digest files and GnuPG (GPG) signatures as well as the necessary RPM files.
RPM® (RPM Package Manager) refers to a software format, the software that the RPM package contains, and the package management system.
Package managers allow you to easily update, install, and remove packages on your system.
This interface allows you to rebuild the RPM database.
This document provides examples of common RPM installation failures.
An RPM target represents the group of RPMs that must exist on the server for a specific service to function properly.
This interface allows you to update your server's RPM packages.
Target settings represent the group of RPMs that must exist on the server for a specific service to function properly.
This script scans every installed RedHat® Package Manager (RPM) file on your server for problems.
The cpupdate.conf file on your server determines how cPanel & WHM updates your system.
This RPM includes scripts that allow you to work with EasyApache 4 (EA4) from the command line rather than in WHM's EasyApache 4 interface.
This file contains all of the cPanel-provided settings for the rpm.versions system.
This file stores the server's system information settings.
Use this script to update the /var/cpanel/rpm.versions.d/local.versions file.