du -k shows different size in two nodes


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If using Solaris 10 md5 is also available using the digest command.

Code:
# digest -a md5 /etc/hosts
e2c417b2449d695581c83be61c7380f5

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Hi All,
Thanks for the response.

HOw should I verify those files that already copied over from different node? As there are more than 100 files in one sub directory, what command should I use to verify the file size in one directory instead of checking each individual file size?
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