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Bug reports / MD5 Checksum bug
« on: July 16, 2007, 04:09:46 AM »
I just switched a large folder with a lot of subfolders and files into a real-folder in the HFS interface.  The program started generating md5 checksum files named .md5.  The thing was, it started creating a new file for each new file, eg somefile.md5 had a file named somefile.md5.md5 created, and then somefile.md5.md5.md5, and then... well, you get the picture.

The fingerprints option shows disabled and I don't use md5 checksum files through HFS.  This obviously filled my directories with worthless 32KB files (my cluster size) until I turned off and shutdown the server.

Any new information I get I'll post as I get it. ???


I now believe this to be a bug or lack of errortrap in the md5 checksum generation code.  Disabling md5 checksum generation for files ending in .md5 would fix this immediately.




The menu shows the function is Disabled, but there's a checkmark next to save new calculated fingerprints.  The filesize was set to 420.

I enabled fingerprints, cleared the checkmark, and reset the size to 0 to disable the function.

I searched for *.md5 on all my harddrives and deleted most of them, some i needed.

I'm back online now.

Everything else / My newly updated HFS powered website
« on: July 14, 2007, 08:36:29 AM »
just wanted to invite everyone over.  I'll make the vfs and tpl available for download in the morning.

the site is which is a mirror of


Bug reports / Template bug in 2.0 beta44
« on: August 22, 2006, 08:24:17 AM »
I don't know if this has been fixed in the latest updates, so I'll try on those soon.  When using the template variable %build-time% to indicate how long a page took to generate, the number comes up in normal pages.  However, on any of the Error pages, the number doesn't come up and only the %build-time% is displayed.  I've tried different things to get it to work, but it doesn't come up at all.  Tried wrapping it in a js file, changing the css, terminating it with /n, adding it to the individual error secctions (like [not found]) but nothing works.  I've edited the [error-page] to look like this:

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<script type="text/javascript"><!--
function get_random() {var ranNum=Math.floor(Math.random()*5);return ranNum;};function getaBackground(){var whichBack=get_random();var back=new Array(5);back[0]="/american.gif";back[1]="/fatalerror.jpg";back[2]="/crack.jpg";back[3]="/saderror.jpg";back[4]="/warcraft.jpg";var BG=back[whichBack];return BG;}document.write('<img src=' + getaBackground() + ' height=100% />');//-->
<div style="text-align:center;font-weight:bold;"><a href="">HttpFileServer %version%</a><br>Serve Time: %timestamp%<br>Uptime: %uptime%<br>Page Generation: %build-time%<br>Server Connection Speed: 30KB/s for all %number-addresses% computers connected<br></div></body></html>

It's just a random array with possible images for the error background image with some server info at the bottom. But even leaving it at default and adding the %build-time% var doesn't work either.


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