on 2019/10/27 05:07:19 PM
Update and corrections.
This problem isn't exclusive to files that are being uploaded. After this post I had noticed that Fopnu was rehashing files in my library seemingly at random.
And it's these randomly hashed files for no good reason that have a problematic hash.
It was just much easier for me to notice this problem on files that being actively uploaded. Because I check if users are sharing the files they have received from me, if so they have a higher broadband priority.
Iv also noticed this happened more often to files that are placed on my Microsoft storage spaces mirror accelerated parity drive formatted with ReFS. (This drive configuration no longer exists)
It does happen on my virtual mirror drive formatted with ReFS but nowhere near as much. I would estimate for this drive no more than 10 times a week this happened.
Since the original post date for this thread I have had 'No re-hash after last-modified time change' to true.
And have forgotten about this issue.
Except recently I reinstalled Fopnu after reinstalling Windows. And forgot to check no rehash. And got very sad when I saw this issue re occur.
Due to ReFS lack of documentation and it's still being in development I have considered it to be an unintended feature.
It would be appreciated if there was a way to manually hash all the files in a folder and sub folders easily.