I discovered the problem.
In a not so obvious way, NSS_NoDB_Init() was failing due to a missing sqlite3
I'm no RPM developer but my guess is that it appears that the rpm digest was not
being written (during rpmbuild), or read (during rpm -i ) properly so the md5
checksum info was not there.
From: Jeff Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tue, November 9, 2010 2:46:53 PM
Subject: Re: Adding rpm software to platform - cpio: MD5 sum mismatch when
On Nov 9, 2010, at 1:57 PM, Andy Furtado wrote:
>I'm adding the RPM software to our linux platform. It builds and almost appears
>to work but I'm seeing the following.
>I'm having a problem with installing rpm's. More details are below but the most
>recent thing I've discovered is the call to NSS_NoDB_Init fails with -5925
>during RPMBUILD and RPM installs, so I'm wondering if this could be my problem.
Hmmm ... what version of RPM? All I can tell is _NOT_ rpm-5.3.6,
which is opening the NSS database to test the FIP 140-2 bit.
(i.e. rpm-5.3.4 (iirc) and later is _NOT_ calling NSS_NoDB_Init() but rather
I've also tried installing a fairly simple rpm ...
>rpm -ivv --nodeps nano-2.0.6-4.fc9.i386.rpm
>But have the same checksum problem.
Checksim problems ... hmmm ...
Is the RPM package just re-bundling already compiled libraries?
If do, you need to make sure the libraries are _NOT_ prelinked
All you really need to do is run
on any library (or copy) that you choose to rebundle.
Any help, or info on other resources would be greatly appreciated.
>Here are more details...
>I'm having a problem installing an RPM that I created that only contains %files
>section to be installled on a i386 platform.
>The rpm database is currently empty so this is the first thing going in.
>The problem is ...
> $ rpm -i /rpm/RPMS/i386/axis-4.0-1.i386.rpm
>error: unpacking of archive failed on file
>/device_handlers/axis/axis.so;4cd1a2a6: cpio: MD5 sum mismatch
In addition to the (quite subtle) prelinking issue I just mentiopned,
ther's also the switch from MD5 -> SHA256 in Fedora (and RHEL6) that
has legacy compatibility issues.
What is actually being checksum'd during an install?
RPM does a checksum on file content while installing, that's the failure you are
Adding --nofidigest (the oleder name is --nomd5sums) to disable the content
can be done: no guarantees whatsoever what happens if you disable with
The target platform is based on FC10 but not a complete distribution.
FC10 is _BEFORE the switch from MD5 to SHA256.
I'm adding RPM to our platform, and the rpm source from rpm-4.6.1-3.fc10.src.rpm
is built in an isolated build area using chroot.
FYI: You're on the wrong list for rpm-4.6.1 issues.
I'm also running rpm and rpmbuild from the same isolated build environment.
>My spec file is included below.
>I'd like to perform an rpm install in this same isolated area, but having the
>I believe I've satisfied all of the dependencies required, and manually
>verifying the md5sums have proven successful.
>My searches on the internet have found instances about incompatible libs needed
>for the packaged file but I don't think that is the case since I'm building
>everything against the same set of libs. I've also tried the prelink suggestions
>that I've found.
>I feel like maybe I'm missing something (executable) that rpm needs for the
>RPM VERIFY ...
>$ rpm -Kvv /rpm/RPMS/i386/axis-4.0-1.i386.rpm
>D: loading keyring from pubkeys in /var/lib/rpm/pubkeys/*.key
>D: couldn't find any keys in /var/lib/rpm/pubkeys/*.key
>D: loading keyring from rpmdb
>D: opening db environment /var/lib/rpm/Packages cdb:mpool:joinenv
>D: opening db index /var/lib/rpm/Packages rdonly mode=0x0
>D: locked db index /var/lib/rpm/Packages
>D: opening db index /var/lib/rpm/Name rdonly mode=0x0
>D: Expected size: 458122 = lead(96)+sigs(120)+pad(0)+data(457906)
>D: Actual size: 458122
> MD5 digest: NOKEY
>D: closed db index /var/lib/rpm/Name
>D: closed db index /var/lib/rpm/Packages
>D: closed db environment /var/lib/rpm/Packages
>Any information would be greatly appreciated.
>//THE SPEC FILE
>Summary: Device Handler
>%define buildroot_dest %buildroot/device_handlers/%name
>RPM to install handler.
>mkdir -p %buildroot_dest
>cp -rv %_builddir/%name/* %buildroot_dest
These are binary libraries. Make sure that prelinking is removed by running
on these images. There's details in "man prelink", and you might
want to just blacklist (i.e. disable prelinking on those specific libraries)
globally (its in /etc/prelink.conf, I fergit, see the man page).
73 de Jeff
Received on Thu Nov 11 18:15:48 2010