Originally Posted by prakash_kumar
Thanks for suggestion but just for your information the server where I run "rm -rfv " is different server. For that server I am already n process of installing a fresh OS. Currently on this thread I am talikng on differnet server.
Really??? Seems like you're missing quite a bit of your current operating system on this 'different server', which would be consistent with running the rm command on it.
And in any case, it DOES NOT CHANGE THE ANSWER: you need to RELOAD YOUR SYSTEM, with the CURRENT VERSION OF RHEL
, and if you're not paying for RHEL, then DO NOT USE IT
. Simple. This has been told to you many times now, but you haven't acknowledged that you have read or understood this. Saying "it is impossible" to reload the system is a plain lie....if you performed ONE installation, you can VERY OBVIOUSLY perform ANOTHER.