Files are changing when accessing videos through Linux NFS shares
#1
I have NFS shares, shared on Ubuntu 18.04 with export entry like this:
/pathto/video 192.168.x.x(ro,all_squash,insecure,anonuid=1000,anongid=1000)

Videos are loading, but it seems that they're changed a bit (so my .torrent shares are getting broken, like 1 block in the whole torrent file). I don't know how it's possible for file to be changed through read only share, and I don't know if maybe file permissions, date accessed are maybe cnhanged, but I don't think that would affect data itself, so the torrent client tells me there is a broken piece.

Anyone experienced similar?
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#2
Broken hard disk?

Kodi cannot write into read only nfs shares ... certainly has to be something else on the server side.
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#3
I'm very much in doubt that HDD is broken because such thing is happening only on shares, + SMART monitoring is OK. But thanks for opinion.
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#4
(2019-05-11, 10:15)trancephorm Wrote: so the torrent client tells me there is a broken piece.

And that is Kodi's problem .. how?

As stated, it's a read-only share. The only things that Kodi ever writes, are subtitle files, and nfo files and/or various fanart during a video export. Other than that, video or music files are never rewritten/changed in any way.
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Thread moved to the Hardware section.
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(2019-05-11, 13:06)Klojum Wrote:
(2019-05-11, 10:15)trancephorm Wrote: so the torrent client tells me there is a broken piece.

And that is Kodi's problem .. how?

As stated, it's a read-only share. The only things that Kodi ever writes, are subtitle files, and nfo files and/or various fanart during a video export. Other than that, video or music files are never rewritten/changed in any way. 
Thanks, actuallz I just wanted to check whether Kodi makes some changes to files played.
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