Invalid Checksum Error when using Mega NZ

Hi !

I always seem to get an error when i am using Mega.NZ as the backup site. The backup seems to complete but always with errors and i was wondering if it could affect my restore or future backups? if so how could i fix it? TIA

MainOperation: Test
Verifications: [
Key: duplicati-20171209T043050Z.dlist.zip.aes
Value: [
Key: Error
Value: Invalid file checksum
],
Key: duplicati-i2e91488fa2814fbc92d405237883f422.dindex.zip.aes
Value: [],
Key: duplicati-be0cffc5872fa4f31b895f38bda8d2f79.dblock.zip.aes
Value: [
Key: Error
Value: Invalid file checksum
]
]
ParsedResult: Error
EndTime: 12/9/2017 10:58:22 AM
BeginTime: 12/9/2017 10:53:36 AM
Duration: 00:04:45.2525792
Messages: []
Warnings: []
Errors: [
Failed to process file duplicati-20171209T043050Z.dlist.zip.aes => Invalid file checksum,
Failed to process file duplicati-be0cffc5872fa4f31b895f38bda8d2f79.dblock.zip.aes => Invalid file checksum
]
BackendStatistics:
RemoteCalls: 12
BytesUploaded: 0
BytesDownloaded: 4365
FilesUploaded: 0
FilesDownloaded: 1
FilesDeleted: 0
FoldersCreated: 0
RetryAttempts: 8
UnknownFileSize: 0
UnknownFileCount: 0
KnownFileCount: 267
KnownFileSize: 1383688719
LastBackupDate: 12/9/2017 12:30:50 PM
BackupListCount: 1
TotalQuotaSpace: 0
FreeQuotaSpace: 0
AssignedQuotaSpace: -1
ParsedResult: Success

The error message indicates that the files are modified after downloading them.

Have you tested a restore?

no i haven @kenkendk. let me try see what happens.

it restored fine though. should i be worried? i have test all the applications/files that was backup under it.

Maybe … it appears the error message originates from the Mega library:

Best I can understand, the error happens when the file is downloaded from Mega, but defect for some reason. If you get the same error repeatedly, maybe you can try downloading the file directly from Mega and see if it is broken?

When testing the restore, make sure you have --no-local-blocks set, otherwise Duplicati will use data from files on-disk to recreate the target files, which could hide problems with the remote data.