The " Override md5sum check " didn't work when I want to re-upload attachment 524536 [details] in https://hardware.redhat.com/show.cgi?id=713543
1.Download the attachment 524536 [details].
2.Click "Browse" and select this attachment.
3.Tick the Option " Override md5sum check "
4.Click Attach File
Results package already submitted. Matching md5sum found for results in the following certification(s).
Cert ID Attach ID File Name
713543 519469 v7-Intel_Corporation-T5520UR-Santiago_i686_results-20110822165237.noarch.rpm
Created attachment 524545 [details]
patch for reviewers to upload a duplicated package to the same cert
Created attachment 524564 [details]
patch for one display duplicated packages for a cert
need to show packages separately if upload duplicated packages to the same cert
Why do we need this feature? The package is already attached to the cert, attaching it again serves what purpose?
(In reply to comment #4)
> Why do we need this feature? The package is already attached to the cert,
> attaching it again serves what purpose?
Take a look at comment55 and comment56 in this cert.
Vendor have uploaded two results packages.But catalog do not identify this two result package correctly.(A correct example: comment39 and 40).
So we want to reupload these two packaged to see if this problem can be fixed, but the " Override md5sum check " doesn't work.
it seems comment25 is what you want to upload (attachment 524536 [details]), because they have the same md5 sum. If they didn't upload that rpm as results, md5 sum won't be recorded in db, I think this bug is invalid