Getting an exceptions.IOError CRC check failed running Duplicity?

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This is an oldie but goodie from rdiff-backup:
In the backup file directory, test the gzip file integrity with this:
find . -name 'duplicity-full-signatures.*.gz' | while read a; do echo -n "$a:  "; gzip --test "$a"; done

or this:

find . -name 'duplicity-*-signatures.*.gz' | while read a; do echo -n "$a:  "; gzip --test "$a"; done | grep in

If you can afford to loose those files, (and data), you could try removing them and re-running the restore / check.
Here is the original link for reference (and attribution): http://rdiff-backup.nongnu.org/FAQ.html#crc


Just want to find if a dir is in an non encrypted archive?

find . duplicity*.difftar.gz -exec tar -tf {} \; | grep somedir



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