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MHerteux
20-Feb-2015, 16:07
I tried to update a SLES12 host, when I got the following error message:


Wrong Digest
The expected checksum of file /var/cache/zypp/packages/SUSE_Linux_Enterprise_Server_12_x86_64:SLES12-Updates/x86_64/timezone-2015a-0.4.1.x86_64.rpm
is 73bc9af0f00c9efb0293ad9b288b0f1b0959ef637ee1664911 5ce03a3aaadd14,
but the current checksum is ba22ed840b82521aa7078bfda10b1aa1f49ba751d02bc5d0e0 2aa3629782c16f.

The file has been changed by accident or by an attacker
since the repository creator signed it. Using it is a big risk
for the integrity and security of your system.

Use it anyway?

I downloaded the file in my browser to replace the damaged file, but it has the same SHA256 checksum and the MD5 checksum is as published on the download site. ( 5bd43e332edeff9329872cb80d86aafd ).

Has anyone seen the same?

Regards

Manfred Herteux

malcolmlewis
20-Feb-2015, 17:34
On Fri 20 Feb 2015 03:14:02 PM CST, MHerteux wrote:


I tried to update a SLES12 host, when I got the following error
message:

> Wrong Digest
> The expected checksum of file
> /var/cache/zypp/packages/SUSE_Linux_Enterprise_Server_12_x86_64:SLES12-Updates/x86_64/timezone-2015a-0.4.1.x86_64.rpm
>
> is 73bc9af0f00c9efb0293ad9b288b0f1b0959ef637ee1664911 5ce03a3aaadd14,
> but the current checksum is
> ba22ed840b82521aa7078bfda10b1aa1f49ba751d02bc5d0e0 2aa3629782c16f.
>
> The file has been changed by accident or by an attacker
> since the repository creator signed it. Using it is a big risk
> for the integrity and security of your system.
>
> Use it anyway?

I downloaded the file in my browser to replace the damaged file, but it
has the same SHA256 checksum and the MD5 checksum is as published on the
download site. ( 5bd43e332edeff9329872cb80d86aafd ).

Has anyone seen the same?

Regards

Manfred Herteux




Hi
Maybe an incomplete mirror, try again in a few hours..

I got a few emails last evening from my SUSE Manager instance of some
repo sync issues, but it retried later on and came in fine.

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MHerteux
21-Feb-2015, 18:35
Thanks! Now it works.

ataschner
24-Feb-2015, 09:05
Hi

In short this was caused by a mixup of RPMs.
To eliminate problems with possibly broken mirrored versions of timezone-2015a-0.4.1.x86_64.rpm SUSE bumped the release and published
timezone-2015a-0.8.2.x86_64.rpm, which has been verified to mirror fine during the daily mirror last night.
//Andreas