rpm md5's bad
tedkaz at optonline.net
Sat Sep 11 15:53:34 UTC 2004
On Sat, 2004-09-11 at 10:31, Jeff Spaleta wrote:
> All you did was "yum update" ?
> rpm -q yum
> yum update works for me at Sat Sep 11 10:25:27 EDT 2004
> I dont know exactly when the master server uploads its new updates
> every morning, you could have happened to have tried to do the update
> as the server was still upload its data and thus was in a state of
> transition. Those message could have been "real" if you happened to
> catch the master server while it was loading those new packages. If
> thats the case its going to be hard for you or anyone else to
> reproduce. can you reproduce this?
> Or it could have been some sort of network congestion and a download
> timeout. Is anyone else seeing this? If it were a network or server
> load problem I would have expected other people to at least see this
> from time to time.
Makes sense, I am attempting to upgrade to development from a dev FC2.
Been getting quite a few of these along the way.
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