Phhh..

I just got back.
Face this: On this client some files (not all!) had a different md5 hash.
But this everytime with all tools!
After a while i did a reboot - and guess: everything was as expected.
Maybe Piotr was right with some harware issue. Very very strange!

Whatever. 
I wrote this tool to check FileMD5 with ICS_V6, ICS_V7 and INDY_10.
It display's the result in a memo with time measurement.
E.g. a 44MB Mpeg File displays:

Host: [WSBIERI] File: [D:\_BuProcVideoData\19052008noch eine
aufzeichung395876456777894.mpg]
MD5 ICS_V6 :[E48FFC453C495B2F2EA2F33ACBC5586B] in [696] msec
MD5 ICS_V7 :[E48FFC453C495B2F2EA2F33ACBC5586B] in [680] msec
MD5 Indy_10:[E48FFC453C495B2F2EA2F33ACBC5586B] in [1488] msec

Feel free to download and use it:
www.triple-m.ch/md5.zip
(Windows Executable)

Thanks 
Peter




"Piotr Dałek" <enigmati...@interia.pl> hat am 23. Juni 2009 um 21:31
geschrieben:

> Hello!
> 
> > Thank you all,
> 
> > I tried it with v6 and after that with v5 (using Delphi 2007).
> > Unfortunately i do not have remote access to this client.
> > Tomorrow i i'll go there and try with:
> > - ICS v7
> > - The suggested tool
> > - using a test app with indy (i'll do it this night)
> 
> > i'll come back to you
> 
> This *might* be also a sign of corrupted RAM or failing motherboard,
> especially if you get different hashes every time.                  
> 
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