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  1. Sticky: Hmm, gotta say that sounds like a QuickPar bug,...

    Hmm, gotta say that sounds like a QuickPar bug, not a PAR2 bug. There are limitations in PAR2, but filesize definitely isn't one of them. Everything is aligned to 8 bytes or even 16 IIRC, ie. 64 bits...
  2. Sticky: What is DAR? I've never heard of it. An...

    What is DAR? I've never heard of it.

    An external checksum can be stored somewhere else safely, which is more secure for verifying the data it covers. One of the problems with QuickPar as a...
  3. Sticky: Steve, I didn't understand over half of that...

    Steve, I didn't understand over half of that reply. :confused: Could you translate it from geek into English? ;)

    Basically, smaller blocks (repairs) is better. They are more efficient for storage...
  4. Sticky: I'd agree that PAR2 in its current implementation...

    I'd agree that PAR2 in its current implementation would not be a perfect solution for continual OS-level use. The reason being that every time a file is changed, even just a single byte, the small...
  5. Sticky: Just to add to this discussion... PAR2 is a...

    Just to add to this discussion... PAR2 is a highly robust format. I don't know how Hermetic File Monitor stores its checksums, but the small PAR2 file that contains the file and block MD5 checksums...
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