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Damaged data record

I ran a super validate. Below are some excerpts from the results.

Why would it state "damaged data record", but then state "all internal consistency checks passed"?

The .txt referenced at the end was not created.



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QDF:
Damaged data record.
Validating your data.

QEL:
No read errors.

QEL:
All internal consistency checks passed.

Transactions renumbered/highest/set to zero: 0/0/0
Recheck of highest after renumbering: 113
Renumbering complete.

Maximum security references after renumbering normal/moved: 114/114

See Q-Renumber.txt in QW.EXE directory for details.

Answers

  • GeoffG
    GeoffG SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited April 2020
    Why would it state "damaged data record", but then state "all internal consistency checks passed"?
    There are different data files that are validated within the QDF file. Some files may pass validation while other may not. In your case, a damaged data record is an indication of a serious data error that may not be recoverable. I would advise restoring from a backup until you get a sound validation.
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