Because you invoke the rpm command by using the shell, just as you do any other program, you can combine options and arguments to perform a variety of useful tasks. Consider the following examples:
This command verifies every installed package. You might find this command useful if you accidentally deleted some files. The output of the command would help you determine what packages, if any, suffered damage.
This command displays the name of the package that owns the specified file.
This command verifies the package that owns the file
This command lists the documentation files associated with the package that owns the file
/usr/bin/puzzle. This could be helpful, for example, if
/usr/bin/puzzle is a program you’re having difficulty using.