[cvsnt] Verify archives

David Hauck davidh at netacquire.com
Tue Feb 13 15:21:38 GMT 2007

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Hi guys,

For what it's worth this is a similar presentation to what we encountered after the cvs import (-ko) corruption I reported a couple
weeks ago. See http://www.cvsnt.org/pipermail/cvsnt/2007-January/028064.html for details. Incidentally, this was confirmed to be a
CVS corruption (very reproducible after restoring from backups and re-attempting the import - removing '-ko' from the import command
prevented further corruption). This particular mystery is still unsolved...


> Matthew Rich wrote:
> > The only problem is the rlog stops at the first corrupt file.  If I
> > have 20 corrupt file I have to run it 20 times.  I was hoping to find
> > some thing that checl all the files and report the bad ones.
> TBH if you have more than one or two corrupt files I'd be looking at
> rolling back to backups, and urgently investigating the cause.  Due to
> the nature of RCS files (90% of their stored data is user data and not
> really verifiable) if you're getting corruption on that scale then
> something is very wrong.
> Tony
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