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Re: [Duplicity-talk] SHA1 hash mismatch (I see previous messages as old

From: edgar . soldin
Subject: Re: [Duplicity-talk] SHA1 hash mismatch (I see previous messages as old as 2003)
Date: Thu, 9 May 2019 08:47:52 +0200
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good to hear! happy backing up :).. ede

On 09.05.2019 08:11, M. Ini wrote:
> I ran duplicity on a 50GB tree and verified comparing data, no errors,
> zero differences found, just perfect.
> (Again sorry for the report.)
> Cheers Edgar!
> On 5/5/19 15:10, M. Ini via Duplicity-talk wrote:
>> I think 4.19 was among the suspected versions.
>> I've also run - again - a memory test, a longer one, and got a few
>> failing addresses this time, I removed the problematic memory stick and
>> the test was fine. I've just rebooted (I'll have to check plenty of
>> potentially corrupted stuff now, plus alas two not cyber-related new
>> problems... I'll certainly drop a line when I'll be able to do a new
>> decently long test with Duplicity).
>> On 5/5/19 08:26, address@hidden wrote:
>>> On 05.05.2019 04:45, M. Ini wrote:
>>>> I've been suspecting this hardware (motherboard or power supply) but I'm 
>>>> seeing now that the kernel I'm running could be the cause:
>>>> https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=201685
>>>> *Sorry for taking your time, Duplicity had most likely nothing to do with 
>>>> those SHA1 hash mismatch errors.*
>>> it would be interesting if a longterm stable kernel would help. personally 
>>> i am using 4.14 onto boxes and it is rock solid so far.
>>> maybe you can be more definite after testing with 4.14 or 4.19 and come 
>>> back with a short note in that case.
>>> thx.. ede/duply.net
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