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Questions tagged [checksum]

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Zimbra will not start: ldif_read_file: checksum error

Not sure if I am posting to the correct forum, please let me know if I should post differently. I am trying to help a friend still running Zimbra version 7.2.7. I know very old and they have been ...
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Windows Server: File verification check post un-dedupe vs. before (deduped)

We have a disk that was previously deduped (windows server 2012 dedupe), but we have since re-hydrated back out. There is still 5TB left in system\chunkstore which no amount of scrubbing/GC has ...
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Why does Linux' cksum command return the path

When running cksum on a file, let's say /tmp/foo.bar, the linux command returns three values: the checksum, the number of bytes in the file, and the path of the file. Question: Why is the path of the ...
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How to verify checksum after copying 2 TB of 6 million files over USB?

I have a situation where I need to move over 2 TB of data from one server to another server in another data center. There are over 6 million files to copy. The plan is to move data in phases. For ...
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Does ZFS, using default settings, use more physical space than ext4 for the same amount of data?

I'm currently considering a switch from ext4 to ZFS and am having trouble finding information about whether or not it uses more or less space to store the same amount of data as ext4. My understanding ...
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Why isn't TCP corruption more noticeable?

First of all, apologies if this seems a somewhat simplistic question. According to this answer, TCP packets are corrupted all the time without the checksum catching it. If this happens so often, ...
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How to verify a file using an asc signature file?

As an example, this project offers an *.asc file with a PGP signature to verify the contents of the download (as opposed to a checksum, you can see the empty column): https://ossec.github.io/downloads....
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MySQL Table Checksum - Before or after MySQL dump?

The company I'm currently working for has a script that runs at night that takes a MySQL dump of the production environment and imports it into the staging environment. This is a very basic setup - No ...
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recurring, queryable, cached checksumming of all files in a filesystem

I'm looking for a way to efficiently manage and leverage file-level checksums for all files in a filesystem over time. Goals: Configurable, fast refresh - only re-checksumming large files when ...
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Suddenly cannot ssh into any machine

Suddenly I was not able to ssh to any machine. I thought it to be my router/network issue & I tried it with different network but the result was same. I took tcp dump on both server & client ...
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ICMP/Internet checksum if packet entirely constists of zeros

We are currently investigating a strange behavior of different devices: if we send "empty" ICMP packets (that is, ICMP-SEQ and ICMP-ID are 0x0000 and no ICMP payload), for example using nping --icmp ...
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ZFS vdevs accumulate checksum errors, but individual disks do not

I'm running a vendor-specific derivative of FreeNAS 9.3. My trouble started when I installed a new JBOD chassis to add two new vdevs into my pool, and the chassis had a bad board. During this time, I ...
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btrfs, Force bad checksum recalculation

A large, USB-connected HDD with btrfs contains a 1TB file (a disk image). The first btrfs scrub after writing that file found 3 logical bad blocks developed somewhere in the middle of that file: [ ...
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How can I replicate Microsoft .NET manifest hashes, ideally on Linux command line?

I have a .NET click-once application which, I found out the hard way (user could not install), checks the checksums of its configuration files against checksums in the .exe.manifest as calculated at ...
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tars with equal content have different checksums

Given are two directories a/ and b/ with apparently equal content, $ diff -Naur a b $ After packing the contents of contents of the directories in to tars, cd a/ && tar cf ../a.tar * &&...
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Get checksums of all packages on a yum repo server

I have a server I'm using as a yum reposerver. I've mirrored all the packages I want, and added additional packages in different folders. I've created multiple repos with the createrepo command. There ...
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Why am I getting different SHA-1 checksums for tar of identical mongodump backups?

I am trying to backup my MongoDB database and check for changes with a SHA-1 checksum. The problem is that the checksum is not the same. $ mongodump --quiet --db backup --out . $ tar -cf backup1.tar ...
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zfs checksum error in raidz1 vdev but not in disk

I am backing up data stored in a zpool consisting of a single raidz vdev with 2 hard disks. During this operation, I got checksum errors, and now the status looks as follows: pool: tmp_zpool state:...
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FCIV recursive verification on a xml file

Copying files folder to files_copy folder, one wants to check the files were copied correctly. Fciv.exe permits to make an xml database of the original files and then compare it to the copied ...
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Is there any reference for current binary file checksums (Ubuntu 12.04 LTS)

I'm using rkhunter to check my system regularly - Sometimes rkhunter output some warnings on file changes (after update e.g.) rkhunter gives me the new file checksum and the old one, but is there any ...
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Is it possible to disable zfs self-healing without disabling checksums?

I would like to disable ZFS self-healing in case of scenario as described here: https://pthree.org/2013/12/10/zfs-administration-appendix-c-why-you-should-use-ecc-ram/ In that scenario bad RAM (ECC or ...
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Check if MySQL Replication is in sync

The MySQL documentation about CHECKSUM TABLE is very minimalistic. My question: Is CHECKSUM TABLE a good way of checking if a MySQL Slave Table is in sync with the master? In other words: Can i use ...
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apt/maven/npm checksum failure on amazon ec2

I'm recently encountering multiple download checksum failures when booting ec2 machine. This manifests itself with sporadic failures of apt, maven and npm installs. In one case that the pom checksum ...
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Does NTFS / Windows as OS performs checksumming on file movement operations by default?

That's what I can't find Does NTFS / Windows as OS performs checksumming on file movement operations by default? alike ZFS or somehow else...
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Check all debian binaries against the checksum of the original

I would like to check all binaries on my server against dpkg -e <path_to_deb_package> <destination> (for example rkhunter could do this check against the originals when doing probupdate)...
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Unable to POST/Upload files to a PHP page

I have a weird problem when I try to post contents or upload files by php to my server. After submitting the form it sleeps for a while then shows a page loading error. I tried different contents and ...
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Why is the TCP checksum inverted?

From the Wikipedia page: The checksum field is the 16 bit one's complement of the one's complement sum of all 16-bit words in the header and text. Why, after summing the 16-bits in the header and ...
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Tools for compare huge number of files in two different server [closed]

I have question. Have you ever use any tools that can fast compare the identical of huge number of files (let's say thousands files with total size up to 15 GB) in two different windows 2003 server? I ...
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Is it possible to access the ZFS checksums to compare files

I have a FreeNAS 8 machine (FreeBSD 8.2-RELEASE-p1) with two different shares on it. I'm migrating files from Share1 to Share2. The Shares have different directory structures and naming conventions. I'...
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How to get checksum data integrity on ext4?

On file systems like btrfs you can preform a scrub, which will go though all the data to see if the data still matches the file system checksum. I would like to check the data on ext4 if it is ...
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TCP: Redundant checksum avoidance specification

TCP provides a mechanism to change the checksum scheme used by the two parties in a TCP session. There are four allowed checksum schemes according to this table, the last being "Redundant Checksum ...
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Is the TCP checksum over the payload?

I was somehow convinced that the TCP checksum was a header checksum (similar to the IP checksum), but I'm now having doubts reading the Wikipedia article: The checksum field is the 16 bit one's ...
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MD5 for Git's git-credential-osxkeychain executable? [closed]

This question copied over from Super-User, where it was apparently unwelcome. Anyway, asked and answered: I'm setting up a GitHub account and have downloaded Git's git-credential-osxkeychain ...
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Gzip command to produce exact same output than tar -cvzf?

I did thought the following commands where equivalent, but they produce different checksums: tar -cvzf ... and tar -cvf ...; gzip ... does not produce the same output. sha1sumdiffers. What would be ...
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Install Java EE 6 on CentOS 6

Having problems installing Java EE 6 in CentOS 6 x32. I have removed all previous version of Java and freshly installed temporally jdk1.6.0_34. So my $PATH variable goes to: /usr/lib/qt-3.3/bin:/...
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Rsync backups: checksums don’t match

I am a little confused by this although diff –rq dir/ dir1/ does not show a difference This rsync is to backup the directory rsync -avrREz --delete --links -e "ssh -l user" --delete dir/ site....
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Checksumming mysql replicas over ssl

After hours of struggling to understand the way percona toolkits (2.1) pt-table-checksum works, I try to try you. Situation Running MySQL replication (Master-active:Master:passive) Slave user is ...
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huge packet loss and checksum errors

Our 2008 server began to work very slowly within 2 weeks. Our web sites (iis 7.5) are loading very slowly and sometimes its freezing. We began testing with wireshark and saw that our packets are ...
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Network boot (PXE) and caching of files

I'm looking into changing how to deploy network boot for clusters of servers. My worry is network transfer since not all boxes will be close to boot servers and network might be slow. The machines ...
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What would cause a successful file transfer to have checksums not match? [closed]

After very large file transfers (this only happens with 10gig+ files) to a specific system, the receiving system would have a mismatched checksum of the file. The transfer seems to have happened ...
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how to properly compare the same two large files on two different servers byte for byte?

So I have two servers with the same 10gb gzip file on each. On one server it unzips fine. On the other there are crc errors. The file sizes are the exact same. the systems are exactly the same ...
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Windows checksums?

I am looking for a official source for windows checksums (in my special case windows xp). Normally I use the "Microsoft Benefit Portal" for that, but seems like it's gone, at least I can't find it ...
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Checksumming to verify rsync transfers

So rsync runs some checksums in the course of deciding what to transfer (i.e. what blocks within a file). But is there any reason to trust the file you end up with on the receive side any more than ...
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CentOS 6 on Hyper-V - network adapter doesn't work (no checksum feature)

I have installed CentOS 6.0 on Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 SP1. VM has only synthetic network adapter enabled. Installation was successfull (without any network), then I installed Linux Integration ...
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sqlite.bz2 File does not match checksum - centos 5.7

I have tried absolutely everything, without good results... yum always fails with "sqlite.bz2 File does not match checksum" for different repositories, every single time, but always with the above ...
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SCP - Is a checksum required?

I'm backing up and transferring files automatically each night via scp. I realize I get packet-level checksums via the protocol itself, but I'm wondering what the best practice is to ensure that a ...
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Too many incorrect checksum errors in TCPDUMP

I find too many incorrect checksum errors from a TCPDUMP done on a GNU Linux 64bit server. There are close to 50% incorrect chekcsums in the export? cksum 0xe61f (incorrect (-> 0x8c37) How can we ...
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Windows 2003 Std server sending ip packets with checksum 0

So I was just doing some server side troubleshooting on the network I noticed that 1 of the servers sends all packets with the IP level checksum set to 0. It caught my eye because in my wireshark ...
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MediaWiki panic after modifying a file. Checksums maybe?

I've recently installed the latest version of MediaWiki on a dev server. I wanted to add some information on the edit page, and for this needed to modify an existing .php file to add in some more text....
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daily rsync backups with hard links, checksums, and a new computer

I backup my laptop to a Fedora desktop daily using rsync with hard links. This has worked great for almost a year. I recently purchased a new computer, transferred over my data, and would like to ...