Error checksum mismatch while updating

Posted by / 13-Feb-2018 02:57

Has anyone been able to find a related issue filed at node-gyp? The situation is a bit complicated for us now -- we ended up pinning Travis to test only Node v0.10.26 (instead of 0.10, which was trying to use the latest in that series, 0.10.41), and that solved our immediate issue with the checksum mismatch. stack at Block Stream.resume (/home/travis/.nvm/v0.10.26/lib/node_modules/npm/node_modules/block-stream/block-stream.js:) gyp ERR! Reader.resume (/home/travis/.nvm/v0.10.26/lib/node_modules/npm/node_modules/fstream/lib/reader.js:2) gyp ERR!

If so, could you try running with -par=1 (to reduce risk for CPU problems, but I don't think that is the problem here, you'd get validation errors instead).

Even we have encountered this type of errors and we tried to manage them like this:1.

Working with the parent directory of the "Makefile" file (in your case) or the most closer ancestor directory to the file with the problem Try to commit as much as possible of the modifications inside this folder and its child folders, until you remain with the minimum of resources that cannot be committed or only with the file having the problem (Makefile)Go in a file explorer application and move the folder mentioned above to a safe place.

When this information is modified externally by a user or by an application that is not able to work as a SVN client, then all the SVN mechanism is perturbed and errors like this may happen.

This is not a thing that can be handled by an application, the user must choose what actions to make to properly manage and resolve situations like this and continue with its work.

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2015-08-06 Stop Node() 2015-08-06 Corruption: block checksum mismatch 2015-08-06 *** System error while flushing: Database corrupted 2015-08-06 Error: Error: A fatal internal error occured, see for details 2015-08-06 Shutdown: done These are disk corruption issues: leveldb keeps its own checksums of all data it writes, when it notices during (background) compaction that these mismatch it will return the error on the next flush.