xiaolong.mou at gmail.com
Sat Mar 9 17:34:54 MST 2013
No they are some random files..
It's really weird that rsync over ssh seems to catch the corruption ,
with warning messages "xxxx failed verification -- update discarded
(will try again)". However rsync to remote daemon just corrupts files
without any warning. Is it possible that I need to specify some option
in rsyncd.conf to enable post-transfer checksum verification?
On Sat, Mar 9, 2013 at 5:33 AM, joop g <jjge at xs4all.nl> wrote:
> You said, the diff concerned just one byte, right?
> Were the corrupted files all Microsoft Office files? I have seen this behaviour
> once, and then it turned out to be the originals that had been changed in the
> meantime. It seems that Microsoft knows how to change a file without altering
> the modification time.
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