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    SubjectRe: Corruption bug in CPU, kernel or tar
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    > > case I found, the file, an MP3 of about 70MB, had 32 bytes in error, on
    > > a 32-byte boundary. Further investigation showed that the erroneous 32
    > > bytes were also in libc.so.
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    > 2.2.10 has several known data-corruption bugs. Can you try tracing this
    > problem with 2.2.10ac10 and see if it's reproducible?

    32bytes on a 32byte boundary is almost certainly a hardware cache error.


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