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From Maksim Sokolov <>
Subject Re: Actual checksum is always different
Date Mon, 19 Mar 2018 13:42:59 GMT
Hello Johan,

It was completely our fault, our memory module were faulty. After memory 
module replacement issue is gone.

Sorry for wasting your time, we have tested different product versions, 
HDD/SSD, motherboard, CPU, but haven't tested memory, and wasted 1 week 
of time to eliminate the issue :)

For your experience, you can mention somewhere for the case like ours, 
when actual checksum is different for the same file, memory module or 
storage need to be checked, so it is not faulty.

On 3/19/2018 01:44, Johan Corveleyn wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 15, 2018 at 5:42 PM, Maksim Sokolov <> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> OS: Ubuntu Server Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS (GNU/Linux 4.4.0-116-generic x86_64)
>> Server Software: svn --version
>> svn, version 1.9.3 (r1718519) - this is the latest version available on
>> Ubuntu servers
>> Cliet OS: Windows 10 Pro (latest updates)
>> Client Software: TortoiseSVN 1.9.727907 64-bit
>> *Issue can be repeated on all computer in the office.
>> Issue: Could you tell any idea what actual checksum is always different,
>> what can cause  such a kind of checksum mismatch issue?
>> TortoiseSVN LOG
>> Error: Checksum mismatch for 'C:\Images\00001000\00001121.JPG':
>> Error:    expected:  4862e296bbacf7a6c63eded7acd4a2c1
>> Error:      actual:  02ffc98c8e1302b6b6bba6d82bb6a163
>> Error: Checksum mismatch for 'C:\00001000\00001121.JPG':
>> Error:    expected:  4862e296bbacf7a6c63eded7acd4a2c1
>> Error:      actual:  2877743527179b2fbd035c6f8fb98a27
> And you can reproduce that consistently on those same files, on all
> computers in the office? Sounds pretty weird to me. I don't know any
> possible causes for this.
> Can you 'svnadmin verify' the repository on the server?
> Apart from corruption of the repository, the only thing that comes to
> mind is that something might be interfering. Either with the network
> traffic (proxy, security scanner, antivirus, ...), or on the client
> computers (files being munged behind svn's back).


Best regards,
Maksim Sokolov
DTK Software
Support Engineer
Reznas 5 - 70, Riga,
LV1019, Latvia, EU
Phone: +371 67 112 515
Skype: dtksupport

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