rpm-ostree failed because bad checksum of repomd.xml
start a guest with qcow2 from
$rpm-ostree install jq
Checking out tree 1c1013e... done
Enabled rpm-md repositories: updates fedora
Updating metadata for 'updates': 100%
rpm-md repo 'updates'; generated: 2018-05-02 10:13:54
error: cannot update repo 'fedora': Cannot download repomd.xml: Cannot download repodata/repomd.xml: All mirrors were tried; Last error: Downloading successful, but checksum doesn't match. Calculated: 5f8693c7e4bf2973d3c6561a473bcdf8e79f9e0d3f96f024fa01c6da3851d096a882927b6b833302d072c0a369a7b89f9078f01ea20cce974518fa887a3b7b4c(sha512) Expected: b643df69c8743da93b0a6e9a640b4141a103ff3517cbdade1fd1298b392e156a2a94aea483007cb52191a03712302d6aa7d0d7ee6c8c3a2d51031f24b944438f(sha512)
I manually retrieved the /etc/yum_repos.d/* in attached file
Created attachment 1430569 [details]
there is no such failure if guest from iso file
There is no such failure with qcow2 from 20180501 compose.
The way Fedora manages RPM metadata today is simply full of race conditions. This is nothing new, you just need to try again later unfortunately.
Someday we'll fix this hopefully.