Does Harvester’s de-dup routine use all fields/metadata to calculate the MD5 hash for files?

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Only the data in the file is used to calculate the hash, meaning that changing the file name, the date, or the owner will not change the hash value.

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Does Harvester’s de-dup routine use all fields/metadata to calculate the MD5 hash for files?

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Only the data in the file is used to calculate the hash, meaning that changing the file name, the date, or the owner will not change the hash value.

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Only the data in the file is used to calculate the hash, meaning that changing the file name, the date, or the owner will not change the hash value.

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