sha512sum on my Mac via Homebrew, but yeah as long as the format is the same I suppose it doesn’t matter if we use
shasum -a or
So shall I file a JIRA + PR for this? Or should I leave the PR to a maintainer? And are we OK with updating all the existing release hashes to use the new format, or do we only want to do this for new releases?
Subject: Re: Changing how we compute release hashesI think the issue with that is that OS X doesn't have "sha512sum". Both it and Linux have "shasum -a 512" though.
On Fri, Mar 16, 2018 at 11:05 AM Felix Cheung <email@example.com> wrote:
Instead of using gpg to create the sha512 hash file we could just change to using sha512sum? That would output the right format that is in turns verifiable.
From: Ryan Blue <firstname.lastname@example.org.INVALID>
Sent: Friday, March 16, 2018 8:31:45 AM
To: Nicholas Chammas
Cc: Spark dev list
Subject: Re: Changing how we compute release hashes+1 It's possible to produce the same file with gpg, but the sha*sum utilities are a bit easier to remember the syntax for.
On Thu, Mar 15, 2018 at 9:01 PM, Nicholas Chammas <email@example.com> wrote:
To verify that I’ve downloaded a Hadoop release correctly, I can just do this:
$ shasum --check hadoop-2.7.5.tar.gz.sha256 hadoop-2.7.5.tar.gz: OK
However, since we generate Spark release hashes with GPG, the resulting hash is in a format that doesn’t play well with any tools:
$ shasum --check spark-2.3.0-bin-hadoop2.7.tgz.sha512 shasum: spark-2.3.0-bin-hadoop2.7.tgz.sha512: no properly formatted SHA1 checksum lines found
GPG doesn’t seem to offer a way to verify a file from a hash.
I know I can always manipulate the SHA512 hash into a different format or just manually inspect it, but as a “quality of life” improvement can we change how we generate the SHA512 hash so that it plays nicely with
shasum? If it’s too disruptive to change the format of the SHA512 hash, can we add a SHA256 hash to our releases in this format?
I suppose if it’s not easy to update or add hashes to our existing releases, it may be too difficult to change anything here. But I’m not sure, so I thought I’d ask.
Ryan BlueSoftware EngineerNetflix