After the recent cPanel updates you probably received a notice like this
[check_cpanel_rpms] There are altered RPMs on ….
The system detected problems with the following cPanel-provided files
that the RPM controls:
RPM Status Additional Information
If you did not make these changes intentionally, execute the following
command as the root user to correct them:
This notice is the result of a request from rpmcheck.
This notice was generated ….
Altered RPMs Check notifications are currently configured to have
an importance of High. You can change the importance or disable
this type of notification in WHMs Contact Manager at:
https:// …. :2087/scripts2/editcontact?event=Check::CpanelRPMs
This notice is most likely harmless, it is just letting you know that the update/check process encountered something that was unexpected. Just look at the RPM’s listed to see what it found. If it is something that you intentionally removed or disabled, you can disregard this notice. Otherwise, you can run the following command to repair the errors found: