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What could cause this situation?



 
Initially I posted a question about not being able to
find any MySQL package information through rpm system.
 I have done some investigation and have more specific
information now.  It seems as though the package
information was somehow removed from rpm data base. 
The following is what I've done the results I got.  I
can find the name of the rpm file that is associated
with the version of MySQL I'm running.  But that rpm
file is nowhere in my system!  Furthermore, I cannot
get any information about the rpm from rpm manager, as
if something just wiped out the rpm from my system! 
What could have happened and how can I go about
rebuilding the information?  Thank you in advance 
 
 
$ ps -awx | grep mys* 
 
$ 1009 ?        S      0:00 /usr/sbin/mysqld-max
--basedir=/ --datadir=/var/lib/mysql --user=mysql ... 
                                   
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 
$ rpm -qf /usr/sbin/mysqld-max 
$ MySQL-Max-4.0.12-0 
  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 
$ rpm -qi MySQL-Max-4.0.12-0 
 
$ Name        : MySQL-Max                   
Relocations: (not relocateable) 
Version     : 4.0.12                           
Vendor: MySQL AB 
Release     : 0                             Build
Date: Mon 17 Mar 2003 01:35:48 AM EST 
Install Date: Mon 24 Mar 2003 06:23:14 PM EST     
Build Host: build.mysql2.com 
Group       : Applications/Databases        Source
RPM: MySQL-4.0.12-0.src.rpm 
                                                      
     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 
 
$ rpm -qi MySQL-4.0.12-0.src.rpm 
              ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 
$ package MySQL-4.0.12-0.src.rpm is not installed 
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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