Hi,I am trying to rebuild a redhat 5.5 cluster system into Centos 6.4At this stage, i am trying to understand the system before rebuild. Encounter a problem in t... [by nrayty]
Let's say I have a Linux system, either Debian, Ubuntu, or CentOS, where a user removed /lib, for example. Let's also say that I managed to boot this system with a livecd version of whatever OS it was running. Is it possible to run a command that will rebuild /lib on the damaged system?
I know it's necessary to run revdep-rebuild after upgrades of my Gentoo Linux.
I also kind-of understand that revdep-rebuild detects shared libraries conflicts and fixes them somehow. But I want to understand more.
If (hypothetically) I decide to do revdep-rebuild's job manually, how would I do it? How would I select all the binaries to test? How would I check if some particular binary is ok?