You get an error when trying to run
sudo yum update for MySQL packages. It used to work OK but now you get an error message similar to this:
One solution (not the only solution) is to use the following command:
--import option to the
rpm command imports the public key from the given URL into the RPM key database on the server. This is needed for MySQL to verify the downloaded version of the MySQL installation software.
The above URL for the key
RPM-GPG-KEY-mysql-2022 applies to MySQL 8.0.28 packages and higher. Prior versions of MySQL (e.g. the version you may have originally installed) use a different key.
To be sure you have the right key, you can visit this official MySQL documentation page, which shows the contents of the key.
You can also read about the RPM signature checking process here, which refers to the URL shown above.
Using the above
rpm --import command causes the key to be stored in the RPM database in
To see what is stored there, you can use the command:
To see details for the MySQL key you can use the following command:
3a79bd29 is the key ID (as shown here).
Another approach is to go to the MIT PGP Public Key Server, and enter the search string:
This will return the following (and maybe other newer/older hits):
From there you can navigate to the specific key ID (
3A79BD29) - and then to the text of the public key on the MIT public key server.