Thanks.  That is a good speed/usage tip I was not aware of. 

On 12/20/06, Josh Wisenbaker <macshome@afp548.com > wrote:

On Tue, December 19, 2006 10:01 pm, Wesley Craig wrote:
> On 19 Dec 2006, at 21:44, Noah Gift wrote:
>> So is there really a good reason to even use checksums then if
>> there is such a big performance hit?
>
> Good question.  With checksums disabled, fsdiff won't notice that a
> files has been modified if the modify time and size weren't changed.
> With checksum enabled, it will.


I checksum everything when creating loads and applying them. I don't
typically run fsdiff with them though unless it's a manual run for
troubleshooting.

This way everything is fast and still verified.

Josh

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