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Re: modify dump

From: Russ <rsivak_at_istandfor.com>
Date: 2006-11-01 05:01:55 CET

I think the Checksum is per file, correct? How many copies of that file do you have in the repository? If only a few, it might not be difficult to recompute the hashes per file.

Also some people mentioned that you can just zero out or delete the Checksum.

Also people mentioned that the length of the file changes with your modifications. Perhaps you can replace the sensitive data with data of the same size? Add some comments or something.

And lastly, how sensitive is the data? If its a pasword or something, perhaps its easier to just change the pasword?

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-----Original Message-----
From: Niko Sams <ns@vivid-planet.com>
Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2006 17:10:21
Subject: Re: modify dump

> I guess you can always modify the file, and calculate and update the
> Checksum.
Yes - But how do I update the checksum? Doing this on a 3.5Gb-File isn't that

> Is there a reason you don't just do this find/replace on a
> working copy and check in the changes?
It's sensible data that should not get visible through the history of the


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