I frequently transfer VM images from hypervisors to an archive server for long term storage. I transfer using netcat since it is faster than scp, rsync, ect.. hypervisor$ cat foo.box | nc ...
I don't know why this is happening, but I upload some files to Amazon S3 then delete the sent files checking their md5sum both in Amazon and locally. But recently I found this issue about the same ...
I know this must be sound a weird question, but for me, that always developed in C, C++ and Java (and now in bash) seems more weird tough. I'm trying to check if md5 and filename from two list (one ...
I'm doing some research on 'cribbage' an Ubuntu 10.04 box which connects to 'prodcsamba01' via CIFS: cribbage $ mount | grep prep //prodcsamba01/prepfsnr on /prep type cifs ...
I have an NTFS volume that I share between a linux machine and a windows machine. Recently I have had a couple of strange problems where files have become corrupted. This has affected some media ...
I created these two zip files about 24 hours apart. $ ls -l /tmp/*.zip -rw-rw-r-- 1 scott scott 1401289 Mar 21 20:11 /tmp/inc1.zip -rw-rw-r-- 1 scott scott 1401289 Mar 22 19:29 /tmp/inc2.zip You ...
How to convert Windows filenames (from a checksums.md5) to *nix notation so I can use it on my shell with md5sum?
I have some checksums.md5 verification files from an ntfs external drive, but using windows notation: \ instead of /, spaces between file names (not escaped), reserved shell characters (like (, &, ...
I'm using an ubuntu server and the project I am working on has very strict requirements regarding making sure data is not corrupted. I can't seem to find a good answer on this, when doing a local copy ...