File system testing for Data corruption


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Bug File system testing for Data corruption

Hi,

could any one tell is there any test-suite or any idea How to do data corruption validation testing, means there is no any data corruption ?

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Manish
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What kind of data corruption are you after?
simple one is getting a checksum of files/directories etc... Copy the lot eleswhere, and compare the checksum...
My first question is IMHO that a few reasons can provoque data corruption:
faulty hardware
network
overloaded system
no more place to write...
If you suspect data corruption, it is wise to look for the reason...
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