pulls from spacewalk-remote-utils.noarch as a canonical list from upstream, sorts and and writes to a text file
loops through above file and attempts to match a built rpm in the following order:- checks for same rpm with gl6 instead of el6 - checks for same rpm with goose.X where X is 1,2,3 - checks for release version +1
if rpm doesn't exist, it will be written to missing.rpms file
This script does two basic things:
- generates a list of missing packages based upon the list from spacewalk-remote-utils - generates a page for each existing RPM with the following:: - name, summary and sha256sum of the rpm itself - the equivalent of rpm -qp --dump RPM - which generates a list of each file and its useful values - for each binary in the rpm, perform an ldd dump
download and install rpm
name summary requires files
paths md5/sha type abi on binariesldd symbols?