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Re: File corruption?
Thanks. Saw the response from Thomas this morning and I’m doing a new installation now. Hope that’s the problem because I was really impressed with the performance improvements.
On Jan 17, 2020, at 8:43 AM, maya%NetBSD.org@localhost wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 16, 2020 at 07:03:14PM -0600, Robert Nestor wrote:
>> I’ve got NetBSD-9.99.17 (amd64) installed and it has been running without any problems which i have been using to work with NVMM. I do package builds on it using pkgsrc-current and also do the build of wip/qemu-nvmm.
>> This morning I installed NetBSD-9.99.38 (Jan 15th build) on another disk. I copied my current copy of pkgsrc over to the new disk to build some of the packages I use under the new system. When I went into the pkgsrc/wip directory and did a “git pull -r” it complained about file corruption. I tired the same command in the pkgsrc/wip directory on my 9.99.17 system and got the same error. I rebooted into the 9.99.17 system and the update ran fine. Under the 9.99.38 system I tried just downloading a new checkout of the wip directory and it failed with file corruption errors similar to when I tried to do an update.
>> The package builds under 9.99.38 with all the recent changes do run a heck of a lot faster, but it seems like there might be an underlying problem that causes file corruption. Assuming this is the case, is there something I can do to help uncover what might be going on?
> I believe the cause has been found & reverted. It was discussed on
> source-changes-d. Might want to try another update.
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