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Re: file corruption

In article <20170407175029.GA884@quark>,
Patrick Welche  <> wrote:
>On Fri, Apr 07, 2017 at 10:42:20AM -0400, Ian D. Leroux wrote:
>> On Wed, Apr 5, 2017, at 08:01, Patrick Welche wrote:
>> > It seems something recentish broke FFS, and WAPBL is blameless...
>> I won't be much use to you, but could you file a PR or keep current-
>> users@ advised of any progress on this?  I'd rather not update my main
>> machine until this is resolved ...
>I built a 30 March 2017 10:00 UTC kernel on (so the src
>tree would be OK). Using that kernel on the affected machine, a cvs checkout
>appears to be fine, and 4 simultaneous untarrings of pkgsrc.tar.xz
>produced identical results.
>Only one strange observation during all that: scp'ing a 24Mb kernel
>from 2 Apr -current laptop to the machine running the what looks like
>a good 30 March kernel resulted in a 9.1Mb kernel. 2nd scp worked.
>So, there are still many possibilities, and it might just be my box...
>(Running the /usr/tests after generating the bad cvs checkouts earlier,
>the tests didn't fail in a different way to other setups.)

I am running current as of yesterday on both amd64 and i386 and it seems
to be just fine.


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