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    1 ignore
    2 ignore
    3 This software comes with  ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.  This
    4 is free software and you are welcome to redistribute it
    5 under the conditions of the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE.
    6 See the file "COPYING" for further information.
    7 
    8 ExamineUDF(File: rs02-tmp.iso)
    9  Examining the ISO file system...
   10   Sector 16:
   11    Volume descriptor type    = 1
   12    Volume descriptor version = 1
   13    Standard identifier       = CD001
   14    -> primary volume descriptor:
   15     System identifier         : |                                |
   16     Volume identifier         : |RANDOM IMAGE                    |
   17     Volume space size         : 30000 sectors
   18     Volume set size           : 1
   19     Volume sequence size      : 1
   20     Logical block size        : 2048
   21     Path table size           : 10 bytes
   22     L-Path table location     : 19
   23     Opt L-Path table location : 0
   24     M-Path table location     : 20
   25     Opt M-Path table location : 0
   26     Volume creation date/time : 16-07-2006 10:35:46.23
   27     Volume modification d/t   : 16-07-2006 10:35:46.23
   28     Volume expiration d/t     : 16-07-2106 10:35:46.23
   29     Volume effective d/t      : 16-07-2006 10:35:46.23
   30     File structure version    : 1
   31   Sector 17:
   32    Volume descriptor type    = 2
   33    Volume descriptor version = 1
   34    Standard identifier       = CD001
   35    -> supplementary volume descriptor: *skipped*
   36   Sector 18:
   37    Volume descriptor type    = 255
   38    Volume descriptor version = 1
   39    Standard identifier       = CD001
   40    -> volume descriptor set terminator;
   41       end of ISO file system parsing.
   42  Examining the UDF file system...
   43   not yet implemented.
   44 
   45 ExamineECC() started
   46 ...trying RS01
   47 ...trying RS02
   48 RS02Recognize: file rs02-tmp.iso
   49 try_sector: trying sector 30000
   50 try_sector: header at 30000: magic cookie found
   51 try_sector: CRC okay
   52 GetImageFingerprint(16): read & cached
   53 try_sector: fingerprint okay, header good
   54 Root sector search at +0 successful
   55 ...augmented image found
   56 Expected size calculated from ecc header: 34932
   57 --> confirmed layout variant 1
   58 Calculated layout for RS02 image:
   59 data sectors      = 30000
   60 crc sectors       = 59
   61 protected sectors = 30061 (incl. 2 hdr sectors)
   62 reed solomon secs = 4795 (35 roots, 220 data)
   63 header repeats    = 38 (using modulo 128)
   64 added sectors     = 4932
   65 total image size  = 34932
   66 medium capacity   = n.a.
   67 
   68 Interleaving layout:
   69 137 sectors per ecc layer
   70 first layer sector with CRC data 136 (sector# 30002)
   71 
   72 GetImageFingerprint(16): cached
   73 RS02LayoutFromImage(): returning cached layout
   74 
   75 rs02-tmp.iso: present, contains 34932 medium sectors.
   76 - testing sectors  :   1%- testing sectors  :   2%- testing sectors  :   3%- testing sectors  :   4%- testing sectors  :   5%- testing sectors  :   6%- testing sectors  :   7%- testing sectors  :   8%* Unrecoverable sector found!
   77 * 
   78 * Sector 3030 is marked unreadable and annotated to be
   79 * in a different location (3130).
   80 * 
   81 * The image was probably mastered from defective content.
   82 * For example it might contain one or more files which came
   83 * from a damaged medium which was NOT fully recovered.
   84 * This means that some files may have been silently corrupted.
   85 * 
   86 * The label of the original (defective) medium was:
   87 * 
   88 *  Random Image
   89 * 
   90 * Since the image was already created defective it can not be
   91 * repaired by dvdisaster. Also it will not be possible to create
   92 * error correction data for it. Sorry for the bad news.
   93 * missing sector   : 3030
   94 - testing sectors  :   9%- testing sectors  :  10%- testing sectors  :  11%- testing sectors  :  12%* Unrecoverable sector found!
   95 * 
   96 * Sector 4400 is marked unreadable and annotated to be
   97 * in a different location (4500).
   98 * 
   99 * The image was probably mastered from defective content.
  100 * For example it might contain one or more files which came
  101 * from a damaged medium which was NOT fully recovered.
  102 * This means that some files may have been silently corrupted.
  103 * 
  104 * The label of the original (defective) medium was:
  105 * 
  106 *  Random Image
  107 * 
  108 * Since the image was already created defective it can not be
  109 * repaired by dvdisaster. Also it will not be possible to create
  110 * error correction data for it. Sorry for the bad news.
  111 * missing sector   : 4400
  112 * Unrecoverable sector found!
  113 * 
  114 * Sector 4411 is marked unreadable and annotated to be
  115 * in a different location (4511).
  116 * 
  117 * The image was probably mastered from defective content.
  118 * For example it might contain one or more files which came
  119 * from a damaged medium which was NOT fully recovered.
  120 * This means that some files may have been silently corrupted.
  121 * 
  122 * The label of the original (defective) medium was:
  123 * 
  124 *  Random Image
  125 * 
  126 * Since the image was already created defective it can not be
  127 * repaired by dvdisaster. Also it will not be possible to create
  128 * error correction data for it. Sorry for the bad news.
  129 * missing sector   : 4411
  130 - testing sectors  :  13%- testing sectors  :  14%- testing sectors  :  15%- testing sectors  :  16%- testing sectors  :  17%- testing sectors  :  18%- testing sectors  :  19%- testing sectors  :  20%- testing sectors  :  21%- testing sectors  :  22%- testing sectors  :  23%- testing sectors  :  24%- testing sectors  :  25%- testing sectors  :  26%- testing sectors  :  27%- testing sectors  :  28%- testing sectors  :  29%- testing sectors  :  30%- testing sectors  :  31%- testing sectors  :  32%- testing sectors  :  33%- testing sectors  :  34%- testing sectors  :  35%- testing sectors  :  36%- testing sectors  :  37%- testing sectors  :  38%- testing sectors  :  39%- testing sectors  :  40%- testing sectors  :  41%- testing sectors  :  42%- testing sectors  :  43%- testing sectors  :  44%- testing sectors  :  45%- testing sectors  :  46%- testing sectors  :  47%- testing sectors  :  48%- testing sectors  :  49%- testing sectors  :  50%- testing sectors  :  51%- testing sectors  :  52%- testing sectors  :  53%- testing sectors  :  54%- testing sectors  :  55%- testing sectors  :  56%- testing sectors  :  57%- testing sectors  :  58%- testing sectors  :  59%- testing sectors  :  60%- testing sectors  :  61%- testing sectors  :  62%- testing sectors  :  63%- testing sectors  :  64%- testing sectors  :  65%- testing sectors  :  66%- testing sectors  :  67%- testing sectors  :  68%- testing sectors  :  69%- testing sectors  :  70%- testing sectors  :  71%- testing sectors  :  72%- testing sectors  :  73%- testing sectors  :  74%- testing sectors  :  75%- testing sectors  :  76%- testing sectors  :  77%- testing sectors  :  78%- testing sectors  :  79%- testing sectors  :  80%- testing sectors  :  81%- testing sectors  :  82%- testing sectors  :  83%- testing sectors  :  84%- testing sectors  :  85%- testing sectors  :  86%- testing sectors  :  87%- testing sectors  :  88%- testing sectors  :  89%- testing sectors  :  90%- testing sectors  :  91%- testing sectors  :  92%- testing sectors  :  93%- testing sectors  :  94%- testing sectors  :  95%- testing sectors  :  96%- testing sectors  :  97%- testing sectors  :  98%- testing sectors  :  99%- testing sectors  : 100%* BAD image        : 3 sectors missing
  131   ... ecc headers    : 39 ok, 0 CRC errors, 0 missing
  132   ... data section   : 3 sectors missing; 0 CRC errors
  133   ... crc section    : 0 sectors missing
  134   ... ecc section    : 0 sectors missing
  135 
  136 Error correction data: created by dvdisaster-0.80
  137 - method           : RS02, 35 roots, 15.9% redundancy.
  138 - requires         : dvdisaster-0.66 (good)
  139 - medium sectors   : 34932 / 30000 (good)
  140 - data md5sum      : -
  141 - crc md5sum       : 9ec24e5d61de7d32d6987adfd3762ea0 (good)
  142 - ecc md5sum       : 2e33b26c0c14624662be79875844ab76 (good)
  143 - erasure counts   :  avg =  1.5; worst = 2 per ecc block.
  144 - prognosis        : 34932 of 34932 sectors recoverable (100.0%)