> > It's not a server or a hardware problem because I tested my 
> data.fs on another hardware,machine. As well as it's not a 
> another file in zope, because I tested that data.fs on zope 
> linux, and zope windows. So it's really inside data.fs
> The data file is definiately corrupted. That's what the error 
> tracsbeack says.
> It's a "FileStorage.CorruptedTransactionError".  The question 
> is how the file
> got that way.


A few days ago R. David Murray posted this to you:

> This may not be of any help, but I got this kind of error when
> I was trying to build a Zope site on a computer that had
> one of the bad Intel motherboards.  I banged my head agaist
> the wall hard before I finally figured out that it was a
> hardware problem...

Have you verified that you're not running into the 
same problem (or same sort of problem)? Its easy 
enough to fix a corrupted database, but it will do 
you no good if you actually have a hardware problem
because it will just happen again eventually.

Brian Lloyd        [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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