Upgrading RPM Packages

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (Linux)
Q. How can i upgrade a installed .RPM package?

Upgrading an installed .RPM package (Rehat Packet Management) on a Linux server is a simple task with RPM commands. Here you already have installed some version of the a package and you need to upgrade it to a latest version and erase all previous versions if installed. You need to be root or a super user to install/upgrading any packages. These command will work on all RPM based linux distributions like Redhat Linux, CentOS, Fedora, etc.
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Command Usage:
# rpm -Uvh <package.rpm>
-U :   upgrading the installed RPM package to the new version.

Example:
[root@server ~]# rpm -Uvh package.rpm

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