2.4.20-aa1 breaks integrit

From: Derek Glidden (dglidden@illusionary.com)
Date: Thu Jan 16 2003 - 15:51:36 EST

integrit is a filesystem checksumming tool:


something in 2.4.20-aa1 breaks its ability to correctly determine
whether a file has been changed or not. _every_ file will turn up "new"
on subsequent runs of integrit, even if nothing about that file has

2.4.19-aa1 worked correctly.

2.4.20 "plain" works correctly.

I apologize for the vagueness of this report. I know that -aa are
collections of patches from other places and I have no idea which piece
may be breaking integrit, nor any real idea what the underlying problem
really is.

And no idea who to specifically contact, either, since I don't really
know where the breakage is occurring. :-P

Please reply directly for more info if needed.

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