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RE: Repeatable checksum error (Version 0.23 windows)

From: <abrown_at_diginexus.com>
Date: 2003-06-05 19:22:28 CEST

Sorry about the attachment. I am using a Windows XP client and server (For
the moment).
I shall setup a Linux box to try a test with that.
1) I have added these files to the repos many times and the same thing
2) The "jdbc2_0-stdext.jar" file works but the "crimson.jar" does not.
        This leads me to believe it may not be an Apache issue.



-----Original Message-----
From: kfogel@collab.net [mailto:kfogel@collab.net]
Sent: Thursday, June 05, 2003 12:17 PM
To: Brown, Alex
Cc: dev@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Repeatable checksum error (Version 0.23 windows)

abrown@diginexus.com writes:
> Every time I import and checkout this file it gives me this error:
> C:\SVN_CODEBASE>svn co http://localhost/svn <http://localhost/svn>
> A C:\SVN_CODEBASE\BIOSIS\workstation
> A C:\SVN_CODEBASE\BIOSIS\workstation\lib
> A C:\SVN_CODEBASE\BIOSIS\workstation\lib\jdbc2_0-stdext.jar
> svn: A checksum mismatch occurred
> svn: could not checkout a file
> 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?


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