"Hash Sum mismatch" from apt-get update in cuda images

Could anyone take a look?

E: Failed to fetch https://developer.download.nvidia.com/compute/cuda/repos/ubuntu1804/x86_64/Packages.gz Hash Sum mismatch
Hashes of expected file:
- Filesize:815853 [weak]
- SHA256:66e891d82894f08ecedac13c4e058ce5ea21882032c66a5b4d981cc2552f94a1
- SHA1:7cc76dbdc9d32d50cf5a1d377c8c877bcef23dcd [weak]
- MD5Sum:dc953e306c3b53f23ccdbe433881a800 [weak]
Hashes of received file:
- SHA256:989834105adeb2987d44b3da1cf0bd621e4a86a260f5790dd2f865105d231efe
- SHA1:da0b54ecbb7f3dd76602bef508e9a8df901d1cd2 [weak]
- MD5Sum:aa04b5a6fb8ceb8c4c0676ce2c144903 [weak]
- Filesize:815853 [weak]
Last modification reported: Mon, 11 Jul 2022 23:01:57 +0000
Release file created at: Tue, 12 Jul 2022 15:01:44 +0000
E: Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or old ones used instead.


fyi @roarmstrong in case you have some idea bout this

Yep, we’re seeing it as well.

fyi @Robert_Crovella do you know anyone who can help?

This issue is also affecting me – I can no longer build my docker image based on nvidia/cuda. It appears that the sha1/sha256/md5 sums corresponding to Packages.gz in the InRelease file of the Ubuntu 18.04 Cuda repository are incorrect. Oddly, the sums for the Packages file are correct, and match the result of decompressing Packages.gz as well.

Is there any estimate on when this will be fixed?

Just adding onto the pile, I’m seeing these issues with pulling the 18.04 packages. Looks like they just updated the packages a few days ago. It’s strange, sometimes I pull and don’t get the checksum errors.

Hi @dennis.pan, @won-mean.lee, @ariel.young, @greg.gallagher
I’m taking a look now, will follow up on GitHub: https://github.com/NVIDIA/cuda-repo-management/issues/7

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