[kde-linux] k3b won't verify data
cannewilson at googlemail.com
Fri Feb 22 11:33:47 UTC 2008
On Thursday 21 February 2008 19:28:04 Gaffer. wrote:
> Hi Anne,
> On Thursday 21 February 2008 09:36, Anne Wilson inscribed thus:
> > On Wednesday 20 February 2008 22:04, Gaffer. wrote:
> > > Yes I agree! But it would help if I knew where it kept them.
> > > I've not found any, there is nothing in the system log.
> > From the horse's mouth :-)
> > 1. In K3b's progress dialog you get the "debugging output" button
> > which shows the log.
> > 2. This log is also saved in ~/.kde/share/apps/k3b/lastlog.log
> > 3. The console output gives a lot of information for harder
> > problems such as devices not recognized and so on.
> > If you get useful stuff to add to the bug report, please give us
> > the bug number, so that we can follow its progress. Thanks
> > Anne
> I thought I had looked in there ! Any way here is the last few
> lines. The first line below gets repeated periodically from the
> start of the burn.
> [growisofs] 4484431872/4525946880 (99.1%) @4.0x, remaining 0:07 RBU
> [mkisofs] 99.84% done, estimate finish Thu Feb 7 21:00:30 2008
> [mkisofs] 99.87% done, estimate finish Thu Feb 7 21:00:30 2008
> [mkisofs] 99.89% done, estimate finish Thu Feb 7 21:00:29 2008
> [mkisofs] 99.91% done, estimate finish Thu Feb 7 21:00:29 2008
> [mkisofs] 99.94% done, estimate finish Thu Feb 7 21:00:30 2008
> [mkisofs] 99.96% done, estimate finish Thu Feb 7 21:00:30 2008
> [mkisofs] 99.98% done, estimate finish Thu Feb 7 21:00:30 2008
> [mkisofs] Total translation table size: 0
> [mkisofs] Total rockridge attributes bytes: 6522
> [mkisofs] Total directory bytes: 10610
> [mkisofs] Path table size(bytes): 32
> [mkisofs] Max brk space used 0
> [mkisofs] 2209935 extents written (4316 MB)
> [K3bIsoImager] Pipe throughput: 4525946880 bytes read, 4525946880
> bytes written.
> [growisofs] 4503535616/4525946880 (99.5%) @4.0x, remaining 0:03 RBU
> [growisofs] 4522639360/4525946880 (99.9%) @4.0x, remaining 0:00 RBU
> [growisofs] /dev/hdc: flushing cache
> [growisofs] /dev/hdc: updating RMA
> [growisofs] /dev/hdc: closing disc
> As you can see there is no mention of any verification at all. :-(
I've had a reply from the developer. He says that most of the bug reports for
k3b refer to verification, but he has not been able to reproduce it on any of
the hardware he has access to, which makes it difficult to trace. Just what
we expected really.
He's in the middle of a project for KDE4, but hopes to finish that soon and
have more time to look again at k3b.
Sorry that it doesn't help the current situation, be we have to accept that
developers are human, with the same time constraints as the rest of us. He's
doing what he can. :-)
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