Subject: Re: Data Corruption
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Daniel Cox <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/27/2005 15:24:23
# cmp a.tgz b.tgz
a.tgz b.tgz differ: char 4067329, line 15069
Nearly every time I copy a big file I get a different checksum.
Same results with FFS1, FFS2 with and without softdep.
I have found that anything less than 10MB appears to work. Fortunately =
there are few files in /home bigger than that so there is not any corrupt =
>>> Johan A.van Zanten <email@example.com> 09/27/05 12:34 PM >>>
"Daniel Cox" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> This command returns no error both times which suggests that the =
compression and decompression is fine and so is system memory.
> BUT: md5 a.tgz b.tgz
> Returns a different checksum for each (note: size is the same)!
> MD5 (a.tgz) =3D cff3aa516877ec55112ec671c2934afd
> MD5 (b.tgz) =3D 274d02fa6fe1db51b6b92779fbf2f8ce
What does "cmp a.tgz b.tgz" return?