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(Filing a ticket so other people can weigh in / brainstorm without getting lost in an e-mail thread)
Recently (in the past 2 weeks or so) I've seen a number of source RPMs become corrupted when koji-shadow imports them to ppc.koji.fp.o. This was previously a once-in-a-blue-moon occurence but it's now happened multiple times. Most recently corrupted srpm:
I've not noticed this happening with any f19 packages, and f21 isn't signed (which is when we typically notice this is when signing packages.)
ppc.koji is currently running koji-1.8.0-2.el6.
Any ideas for troubleshooting? It's not difficult to fix (I've documented the procedure I'm using at https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Dwa#Corrupt_noarch_RPMs ) but it'd be nice for it to not happen at all.
Can you explain what you mean by corrupted? Have any logs/output or perhaps a live example?
After looking at an example, it appears these are due to truncated downloads. Apparently koji-shadow is not seeing an error. I suspect something wonky is happening on the network.
I think the way forward is to have koji-shadow verify/retry its downloads.
No need for this to have the meeting keyword or a ticket in releng trac. it is a bug in koji-shadow and needs to be moved to a koji bug.
moved to https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1217172
Metadata Update from @dwa:
- Issue set to the milestone: Fedora 20 Final
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