The "latest" files are just links to files in a dump directory; this
includes the md5 file. That's why you get a mismatch. I think there is
a report about this in bugzilla (if not please add one). This is
relatively low priority on the list of things to fix, since there is a
workaround: wait a few days for the run to complete.
Στις 09-10-2012, ημέρα Τρι, και ώρα 00:01 -0400, ο/η Zachary Harris
On 10/08/2012 11:36 PM, Hydriz Wikipedia wrote:
Shouldn't the new files be copied over to the
latest only after the
whole dump is completed?
I was actually hoping to go the other direction---keeping the
September and October dumps (to use the present example) mixed together
in "latest", but having the latest md5sums file track with the mixture.
The above suggestion would almost certainly be an easier way to maintain
consistency between the dumps and the md5sums file. My request would
maintain a "hot" up-to-date "latest" directory with consistent
although admittedly it may not be worth the trouble if doing so is not
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