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Re: Repeatable checksum error (Version 0.23 windows)

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-05 19:03:59 CEST

kfogel@collab.net writes:

> > svn: close_file: expected and actual checksums do not match:
> > (C:/SVN_CODEBASE/BIOSIS/workstation/lib/crimson.jar):
> > expected checksum: f464c24166534ab1022b8dc9f9087aee
> > actual checksum: 9018e74c76597df31c676ff50c69d732
> I was unable to reproduce this using your data, see new issue #1349.
> The "expected checksum" above is the correct checksum for crimson.jar,
> so the import recorded the checksum fine. The question is, why is the
> received data not matching that checksum? Is it corrupt in the
> repository, or is something about the transport layer corrupting it?
> I don't know the answers. Any further information is welcome... Does
> the recipe only reproduce on Windows, for example?

Or is your apache set up to somehow treat GETs of {.gz, .zip, .jar}
files differently?

This sort of bug report has come up in the past, and it has always
been something odd happening with a 'deflated' file of some sort.

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Received on Thu Jun 5 19:06:28 2003

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