[CentOS] Yum corrupting RPMs
Ross S. W. Walker
RWalker at medallion.com
Mon Aug 25 13:35:14 UTC 2008
On Aug 24, 2008, at 9:25 PM, "Tom Lanyon" <tom at netspot.com.au> wrote:
> Hi list,
> Trying to upgrade someone's workstation here to 5.2 (was installed
> from a 5.0 DVD I think).
> The RPMs on our internal mirror are in-tact and pass a 'rpm --
> checksig' test, yet when I run a 'yum upgrade' a large portion of
> them are corrupted and fail the GPG check.
> This seems to be isolated to yum, as downloading the RPM directly
> via FTP with wget or lftpget provides an RPM that *does* pass the
> GPG check.
> I have upgraded key packages to the latest version (eg. yum upgrade
> 'yum*') and tried again to no avail.
> Anyone seen this before?
Make sure the mime type for .rpm files is text/plain and not x-
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