Re: MD5 again
>>>>> "H" == Henrique de Moraes Holschuh <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Yes, using since long ago.
H> There is also a second possibility: a single slow-to-update mirror in a
H> round-robin alias is enough to cause such failures.
Yes, every time people have looked at my reports that has been the case.
I think it is maybe because I look at the output of apt-get update more
than most people, who must be using various cron jobs, whereas I do it
During a single apt-get update it might get the two[?] parts from two
different machines? Bad if true. Apt should not request a second IP
address during the same invocation, if that is what is going on.
H> I am not sure all tools are smart enough to retry with a different
H> IP from the round-robin alias when fetching indexes (if they're not,
H> it is a bug).
Or it will just further mask the lack of "first prepare all the parts of
dinner in the kitchen, before you present it to the guests in one atomic
write to disk"?
H> Meanwhile, set your sources.list to a *specific* mirror to ease your
H> debugging. And there are probably mirrors closer to you network-wise than
H> ftp.us.debian.org, you might want to check that too.
If it really is caching that must be defeated, perhaps apt could add a
"add some random junk to the URL" feature, like
But I don't think that's my problem.
I'll choose rocky-mountain.csail.mit.edu for now, and write back if it
occurs again. Yes there is a .TW mirror but that just adds another layer