On Wed, 2009-01-28 at 14:07 -0800, Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
Jesse Keating wrote:
> Since the change on fedorapeople was a success, we need to make this
> change on the builders as well.
> The problem is that when we create rawhide each night, we have random
> builders create a chroot in order to run pungi in. The chroot is
> generated from the freshly made rawhide repos, which have the newer
> sha256 sum in them. We need a newer yum and the python-hashlib build in
> order for the host yum to be able to process that metadata and generate
> the chroot.
So you need both yum and python-hashlib upgrades?
Yes. sha256 support lives in python-hashlib, and the updated yum
handles such checksums, using the updated hashlib.
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