Has anybody used version control software with their .zcash folder (or .bitcoin)? I turned a .zcash folder into a git repo. I periodically sync up to the network, stop zcashd, and then git commit.
Worked a few times but then today I get an error:
git status fatal: bad object HEAD git fsck --full error: sha1 mismatch 4c744d0fb85ffff695712ea75d55de9eb03781fe error: 4c744d0fb85ffff695712ea75d55de9eb03781fe: object corrupt or missing error: object file .git/objects/f2/7a24ee64214314a2d9cb71a798f462da5adb21 is empty error: object file .git/objects/f2/7a24ee64214314a2d9cb71a798f462da5adb21 is empty fatal: loose object f27a24ee64214314a2d9cb71a798f462da5adb21 (stored in .git/objects/f2/7a24ee64214314a2d9cb71a798f462da5adb21) is corrupt
I know Git isn't great for storing large blobs of binary data (Mercurial is better suited for that task). However while I was prepared for some inefficiency, I did not expect data corruption.