Subject: Re: pkg/15501: rsync development branch causes corruption with alpha server
To: NetBSD Bugs and PR posting List <>
From: Greg A. Woods <>
List: netbsd-bugs
Date: 02/27/2002 11:29:38
[ On Friday, February 15, 2002 at 10:16:09 (+0200), Alan Barrett wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: pkg/15501: rsync development branch causes corruption with alpha server
> On Thu, 14 Feb 2002, Greg A. Woods wrote:
> > My local rsync'ed copy of the NetBSD CVS repository is still corrupt
> > and no new files have been transferred from the rsync server since the
> > repository became corrupted.
> It's been about three weeks since I last got a good copy of the anoncvs
> repository via rsync.  This test still fails:
> 	file=pkgsrc/mk/,v

That file was one of 4714 files finally transferred in part or in whole
during last night's rsync run (without '-c' and without '-W', using 2.5.2).

It appears to be intact, at least so far as 'cvs log' can tell.  I'll do
a more comprehensive check of the entire repository in a few hours.

	START:2002/02/26-23:11:01: rsync
	Number of files: 164978
	Number of files transferred: 4714
	Total file size: 1839137311 bytes
	Total transferred file size: 100685705 bytes
	Literal data: 30965418 bytes
	Matched data: 69720287 bytes
	File list size: 2974696
	Total bytes written: 809123
	Total bytes read: 18897250
	wrote 809123 bytes  read 18897250 bytes  1282.42 bytes/sec
	total size is 1839137311  speedup is 93.33
	DONE:2002/02/27-03:27:08: rsync

That file is also intact on and identical to the one

	$ rsync -v rsync://,v
	wrote 119 bytes  read 64389 bytes  3909.58 bytes/sec
	total size is 64253  speedup is 1.00
	$ rlog /tmp/foo,v > /dev/null
	$ cmp /tmp/foo,v /cvs/master/m-NetBSD/main/pkgsrc/mk/,v

It looks like we're finally back on track!  Thanks very much to all who
helped get this working again!

(no word on what's different about, nor why, yet though....  ;-)

								Greg A. Woods

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