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    Default storeBackup md5 errors

    I use storeBackup to do periodic backups. I use it with gzip compression (bzip2 is terrible slow).
    I've just checked my last backup with storeBackupCheckBackup and it reports an md5 error on a lot of files (i guess ALL of them).
    I've checked manually, opening some of the .gz files reported as corrupt and they are not corrupt, I can open them with no problem.
    May be some kind of error of storebackup calculating md5?
    Someone using storebackup?


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    Join Date
    May 2012

    Default Re: storeBackup md5 errors

    bzip2 is indeed slow, take a look at lbzip ( ) or pbzip2.

    They offer parallel compression support meaning the more cores you have.. the more fun you'll have :-) On my 12 core system lbzip compresses things around ten times faster than bzip2.
    .: miuku #suse @

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    Default Re: storeBackup md5 errors

    Which version of storeBackup do you use?
    (You can get it by running --version
    or maybe
    storeBackup --version

    This kind of error is not yet known.


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