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Torrents of full images from /gif/ - Adult GIF, released monthly. >>>/gif/ is a NSFW 4chan board. Info:
- Contents: porn, random videos, LiveLeak-esque videos, and other videos which were too interesting for weak video sharing sites like YouTube.
- Stats so far: about a quarter of a million files, totals to less than one terabyte.
- Why? Among other reasons, no one else is archiving /gif/, so I decided to.

Previous: >>1182460
== Project data ==

Full images of 4chan /gif/ - 2022-10:




Full images of 4chan /gif/ - 2022-11:




Full images of 4chan /gif/ - 2022-12:




Full images of 4chan /gif/ - 2023-01:


https://files.catbox.moe/hkrtiv.torrent - same as ipfs://QmXojT1UWjnBvVJvF8WKgDDGBdLcbR7YSsoSNwJ4KdmRwx
Full images of 4chan /gif/ - 2023-02:


should be the same as ipfs://bafybeifl4y2s6wayrln7kasu3s3tj4fdygvzmff46ld3zftuc7pi7tumey/4chan_gif_2023_02.tar.torrent


Full images of 4chan /gif/ - 2023-03:


https://files.catbox.moe/swajw4.torrent - mirrored at:


Full images of 4chan /gif/ - 2023-04:


https://files.catbox.moe/wz92m2.torrent - mirrored at:
keep up the good work
it would be nice if you deduplicated data and compressed it more thoroughly overall, given the size requirement of these torrents
and then also upload them to archive.org as i doubt all of this will be seeded after some time if you dont do it yourself
== Similar torrents ==

"xbooru.com_some_irl_porn". See >>1223105 - similar because: some .gif and .webm files from an imageboard (plus .jpg and .png), mostly IRL porn, 72 GiB. << note1: EYrD2qXcEYyvgxh0 is a torrent which was autogenerated by Internet Archive (IA), and due to IA's jankiness, it is only 99.9% complete/available (I might replace this with a better torrent or something later). It is missing these files: "EYrD2qXcEYyvgxh0_meta.xml", "EYrD2qXcEYyvgxh0_archive.torrent", and "EYrD2qXcEYyvgxh0_files.xml". The torrent's download name is "EYrD2qXcEYyvgxh0"; I suggest changing this to or "xbooru.com website crawls 2020-2021". >>




"I posted a high-speed edit of all my images from 4chan in >>>/wsg/4829708". About 50GB - >>1209965 https://archiveofsins.com/t/thread/1196830


.torrent file: ??? Not sure exactly what this is anyways.
>also upload them to archive.org
They were uploaded there, but most of them got loginwalled. Support the torrents for open access!

*I suggest changing this to "xbooru.com_some_irl_porn" or "xbooru.com website crawls 2020-2021"
>it would be nice if you deduplicated data and compressed it more thoroughly overall, given the size requirement of these torrents
Each torrent contains unique files only: no overlap of video files in one torrent also being in another torrent. Filenames are based on the Base64/MD5 hashes, and I only download a file with whatever hash once. When I started out I was using IPFS, which would have made things simpler because it handles all the de-duplication automatically. I could have downloaded the files multiple times, like multiple months would have the same files and different files. I quit using ipfs for this for reasons. I don't de-duplicate files if there is one video which looks identical to another but the hashes are different - haven't seen that anyways. If you want to actually/properly archive stuff, you should set wget to write WARC files. However, like you said, "size requirement", so I am only sharing the raw files for now. And I am not screwing up the raws by deleting any that "look the same as some other video": not the sort of archive that I want to cultivate. There's enough fucking up raw files across the Internet, due to boorus and whatever no supporting no-derive files and doing other annoying/weak stuff.
>it would be nice if you deduplicated data and compressed it more thoroughly overall, given the size requirement of these torrents
Compression of webm and gif files does pretty much nothing due to the data being high entropy. All of the tarballs are uncompressed, and compressed files are also annoying/slow; I don't compress them for faster packing/unpacking. Two more reasons for uncompressed tarballs: hash determinism, which is less likely when compression is thrown into the mix AND playing videos straight from the .tar file if you have the byte offsets. I could elaborate more on those two points.

*not supporting no-derive files
(images, videos, whatever else)
>They were uploaded there, but most of them got loginwalled. Support the torrents for open access!
keep uploading them anyway, its free
sounds good, i assume when there is a file that was already downloaded before and in some other collection that there is a way to find in which collection and what file specifically it is
== Similar torrents ==

"Most funniest /gif/ webms, my first torrent." >>1204382 >>1204385 https://archiveofsins.com/t/thread/1200824 - I didn't create this


.torrent file: ???


"WARC: pbooru.com" (898 GiB). >>1186712. Similar: copy of an imageboard website, gif, png, jpg, lots of porn. Not similar: pony/MLP-focused, bunch of non-video files.


>i assume when there is a file that was already downloaded before and in some other collection that there is a way to find in which collection and what file specifically it is
I created hashes+metadata files for most of the torrents, so it's closer to "information complete". Those meta files specify which folder contains which files, how large each file is, etc.

Some peers are downloading this now: have been since hours ago before this thread (>>1231730) began. Speaking of pone, this torrent was posted in the previous thread:

"Everfree_Radio_RIP", fan-made music, idents, stuck at 99.9% due to the case sensitivity/insensitivity issue with filenames. I like
>1509582444 11245490 [b"AcousticBrony - 'The Loyalest and Most Dependable' (Applejack's Theme).mp3"]
in there. It is an instrumental track which is mostly country music but also has rock music.


Todo for each /gif/ tarball:

"AcousticBrony - 'The Loyalest and Most Dependable' (Applejack's Theme).mp3":

== Similar torrents ==

"WARC: www.bronibooru.com", >>1223439 similar/dissimilar for the same reasons as pbooru.com, except bronibooru.com might not have any porn. I moved the files to a different HDD and am yet to recheck them.


.torrent file: https://ipfs.io/ipfs/bafybeiaft73tzklc4yz6sld6qkn3pjxdx4ojhagnihqau3la7piptraa5e/warc_www.bronibooru.com.torrent
If you pay for usenet, you could maybe get old /gif/ files: >>1206412

== Other torrents posted in the previous thread ==

"I am getting many read errors ("I/O Error") when uploading this to a peer" >>1204382


I considered using this, which might use more memory and HDD space than what I currently use:

== Similar torrents ==

"Raws of www.bronibooru.com". >>1231752 >>1210145


.torrent file: https://archive.org/download/55a9eff4bf9f6b73a8b6fef5d18a3e/bronibooru.torrent

== Similar torrents ==

"MD5+SHA1 hashes of 60084657 mostly image files - pony and furry-related"; useful for search-ability of certain data; out of the many images that it has info on, some might be relevant to /gap/


.torrent file and other file(s) not in the torrent: https://ipfs.io/ipfs/bafybeihifwxns7j7n7erlive3p6yo7qksomlsu557kjzphjusqxqbi4rh4
I've reposted all of the magnet links from /gap/ #1 ITT.

Hashes+metadata files:

I saw something running as root instead of as a normal user. I should fix that. Kill processes when I/O saturation messes stuff up:
>$ sudo killall -vig wget
>Kill wget(pgid [PID]) ? (y/N) ^C
>$ ps aux | grep \ [PID]
>root [PID...]
>$ sudo killall -vig wget
>Killed wget(pgid [PID]) with signal 15
>Kill wget(pgid [PID]) ? (y/N) ^C
File: Bac0KFlsBn4tK0mCPDDoug.gif (103 KB, 342x762)
103 KB
103 KB GIF
- stuff in here runs cron as root: "$ sudo crontab -e"
- stuff in here runs cron as a regular user: "$ crontab -e"

>$ sudo killall -vig wget
>Kill wget(pgid [PID]) ? (y/N) ^C
>$ ps aux | grep \ [PID]
>root [PID...]
>$ sudo killall -vig wget
>Kill wget(pgid [PID]) ? (y/N) y
>Killed wget(pgid [PID]) with signal 15
>Kill wget(pgid [other PID]) ? (y/N) ^C

./4chan_gif_2023_03/pJIJlI5VzYQipCqtmDYecA.webm -> Emergency Alert System https://files.catbox.moe/2l1mhv.webm
./4chan_gif_2023_03/FpwpaTwEYSOEGH1TdBKufQ.webm -> iPhone https://files.catbox.moe/p5sup4.webm
./4chan_gif_2023_03/iP4oQN_iMS6fn6Yx5HQd8A.webm -> haircut https://files.catbox.moe/wvkzx5.webm
./4chan_gif_2023_03/yK9qX0kPi14qYvzdH9ykEg.webm -> Harry Potter uses a gun https://files.catbox.moe/kus8nt.webm
./4chan_gif_2023_03/vKPK3CxoTGcM1iGnK_fbfA.webm -> music https://files.catbox.moe/l1h1qr.webm
thanks for doing this .
Insane/unhinged/weird woman shouting and screaming in Walmart or similar - I think this is from /gif/, October 2022:
porn, horsecock dildo, female, anal, photo, ./4changif/202210/
Part of /gif/ 2022-10 is in IPFS, such as picrel, from this folder:
This post and the above 4 posts should be from ipfs://QmSe6gPzikEjC9Xev7dDfE3WLfCx41ygmV5HwaaxGRCWY4 (4chan /gif/ 2022-10)
Search thing (older posts on last page, newest on first page):
QmSe...CWY4 is like 24 GB so it has less than a quarter of the full images from that month.

File: 1685074865532535.gif (2.74 MB, 400x418)
2.74 MB
2.74 MB GIF
cop = pig

seems like this guy had a gun, cops shot him
File: 1685160565816913.webm (1.86 MB, 608x448)
1.86 MB
1.86 MB WEBM
https://archived.moe/gif/thread/25208768/#25213232 - parachute failure, picrel
https://archived.moe/gif/thread/25201582/#25213244 - sexy, dead
https://archived.moe/gif/thread/25175045/#25213271 - ADLJewsCabalTypePower.webm
https://archived.moe/gif/thread/25171464/#25213280 - bungee jumping by ass
https://archived.moe/gif/thread/25211949/#25213283 - cancer?
https://archived.moe/gif/thread/25200056/#25213313 - burn the coal, pay the toll
https://i.4cdn.org/gif/1685075934437029.webm - could almost fap to this, picked https://twibooru.org/2980590 instead
that's so sad
Attached video is from /gif/ 2022-10, specifically

which is now part of this 85.28-GiB pinset snapshot from a while ago:

Index of QmZB...EEnj:
>packing all images into one tar file
>not splitting it into different days of the month
I wanted to download files from one single thread, now I'm forced to download all 80GB from the whole month. Thanks
June starting in minutes now. utc time = Wed, 31 May 2023 23:27:16 +0000

There's reasons that I put all of the files in one .tar file, not changing anytime soon. Post the thread and/or hashes of the files, perhaps I'll give you them specifically. In the future I might have the storage power to put all of it in IPFS, to be more convenient. Since wget isn't writing WARCs (which would double the size since it would write the raw and warc version), I could instead double the size by putting it all in ipfs.
this thread pretty please
put all the unpacked files in ipfs, that is. I could then make a userscript so you could look through /gif/ in archived.moe and each image would link to the CID of the image for any image from 2022-11 (or 2022-10) to 2023-06.
109 binary files / full images linked in there. Hash list:
>$ curl -sL https://archived.moe/gif/thread/24901358/ | perl -pE "s/ /\n/g" | grep "/gif/search/image/" | sed "s/.*\/http/http/g" | sed 's/".*//g' | sort | uniq | sed "s/\/$//g" | sed "s/.*\///g" | perl -pE "s/\n/ /g"
>0Kwkx8ob1taXjIceL3PV1Q 0X-fu3urlC3UhtgBeQO4tQ 1fEhh50mSqUPSzejZpDwvw 1-gFRiwRn0aJFGRC61hxBw 1hNH-pwAt_zjW4omL5v7GA 1jiY7ygsvvB2yy71ddRtKg 1jlnaLaIRTgt-ENTiHm60w 2aEvq8bZYkfNz0jgJlooKg 2aYriZaQpqw1NyVP_z5e8w 2rBdRDmX--Vh4D4IB9ViXw 4h2skTZIavQRpNUolPpYAQ 4WzhXpq02igDXV_2r3YiZw 56TEM80Z99odSdERGI2azQ 6cNnWfxOKmyj1R2MFhFvJg 6J4-JOnqo1ULVjprnEUA0w 6JsaKJu1eCRIp7Xy6Dp8TA 6YkEJDnihJejQGuxcXnMUA 75MrDNd5iC846UmcNCYJxQ 7WE-M5eWsnm6GM2lkTlqIg 8WUnBrdX_CLBRRHl8fpOjQ 8XTJ4GWIXhEC5Y1moKe4MQ 901TsKvU7EUQrc93S_S0uA 95qTvAIs241YjEZti975yA 9Z_eMbQ0ajtjRlu0Mzcfmw aAXs-GR-CP1Y42pF5UEI4A aM3wjXDdOes0zPJfI2wYwg bhzGp6L6L5VulW1fH4LBeg Bm0usND-ckBinxIm18UEhw bxrBsWFzEJ96Aj259qWvdQ BYP7LAHvMS_bRWNXpHP7qA cl4hJStxLoOR17TKsSMlQw cQb86gcnwYx2cCBk5-JP5Q CTwfx7tuKT4CyUsaJfQhpQ cVPvs7xWPPnOJgI6LKazOA cvZkmwkOyMcQjsSnzqN3Og dc1CHM_qQP7hcKKCR8Ww7w De3w7fD0BcSkJJuh1udpVQ doz3I4TKCFxN5xVLvtaBcg DQyPGSVzhDU4zDjxg0igAw DX-Uazt-RN0NB_A-LQGCZg E0WI8HNtJEa2Ne7k1yCPkg EyJk1o1-7S2tgje0Hy298Q FSmTicwd-hIJ0NkowlvKvQ FWjOLG7R_DT-P2AV1xv_zA FzxJr0U3yeiolVClw8vLrg G2MVz_6dYdXX5pVK_Y4MVw ghACD9SRNR8LBYvoAQJaOQ glQ5bXycIF9qJv5evflYBA hJVSjG-_--9W_wn-oYwIrA hOuRfx6y0QY6N3M5vfC-dQ hRC8WmtLbG3iAtYvXJ7IfA IlsU0DwbWxPt-AfOCtSwYw iZUdWQdKw8EK6k1MzEpVug J2q3-GuXB294paPjh9rZGg jbjAAJ97acjGhu4HJxEzRw jeelPuq6bteDYAASIZ-YrA Jx29EvDH95Z8eozeh2_ZNg
0x20-delimited hash list, cont.:
>kdijXPnOjD3MZ09JYksQiA KedXmhvY9ffPO3T7lPgezQ kNI8n1ydHpags6KcvBtwyQ KuB-XgyWbnCWS4MlbX-XkA KWhv2YiUkpDJHpbIy74mcQ LXCbH94h10s0RlVX5Vy4eA NEkWfkTEOafUB4NXua34ow nh2zGrbGkuIR4N8yz0goEw NtrPe6ZTJLk5zBtvUsio0g Nxi5g9o3D16e94qxwF4GdA oi1I8KO2mdoq3UJuuEx2mg _OPQ_Fhjt5tTUXoG8oAsvg oR3EdbTgGuUR0NK0VcpXxQ OSFftDuJBbzSEZOSu0vcOw oVzgQM9mW5WW_sIsLLSMhQ pgmObr34OOVocQZw6jqLDA PIVcDPOAd3kXjEAGUUgQNQ pNEHncQ-re_ezKp1WujcOw PpnSm-GhzZPggynUjpzBiA qQTiN5qGGuwKZ9X5FiWUKA Qu4Uw-1SEW41-E2EptY0SQ QydO_wDSqfJtT1_pmT6vaQ QzwtS0dvdzYHQ8FWbrBhsw rbyR15VVjYE3PGMVVnFjuw rl4C90VWHf9xcfj2mqvtjQ RrBvVf1Ps5-3ZyCfVbAVBQ s35H-wdRIy1_u7MV9mohSw sbjWO9MfUxGuXvhKUmnTUw sMgbhjuSjBgfMUBr0i39ng t5XficpJHEZPLFKWb_8VSA _ThG7U7FiTZfhWtKSvvYaA u4__7xksfSK3FDA3AeHAeA ubKfrtnJS60HjE-g8Dcvdw uG7-vgOl0vv_WG4S1TZtAw umVMh6Pj3LyUDHjOXsQjIw v5tvzQSeIibXVj9hEqAypw VJris_3PJ4afAnH6Qtzuuw V_o0NC3P1Pi3VgMiOlzqpg Vr9vPmYICoFZnkAQdA0g9g wACCpwURFFWZ6MaayprheA WFKa2pqngQASban466f7ng WjWZ-bWlyeOKEX0EG0a39Q x3PBdCI1WElwBSwoT--Kmw X9jH-1VXc-uCMSZe0Pkt5g _XfgOs9MEY-Wk8TyiFad4Q XfstHia5pvbc9ZmtuJT6Nw XqZvU__sSpa2Z54upweLZg XtYas2vPpT0d37HYjx1Y2g YsWBwC_peM0wdTcwqvie9g zGB80vfM5mKLulYXCU0buw -ZP0_o4c_q70ih7xup-jbg zutdEbKGl-0-8GEyyTlu7Q
File: kdijXPnOjD3MZ09JYksQiA.gif (1.04 MB, 498x249)
1.04 MB
1.04 MB GIF
Files that I can easily get now - in folder "/mnt/e/dl/13b48ab/4chan_gif_2023_04/":
>0X-fu3urlC3UhtgBeQO4tQ.webm 1fEhh50mSqUPSzejZpDwvw.webm 1-gFRiwRn0aJFGRC61hxBw.webm 1hNH-pwAt_zjW4omL5v7GA.webm 1jiY7ygsvvB2yy71ddRtKg.webm 1jlnaLaIRTgt-ENTiHm60w.webm 2aEvq8bZYkfNz0jgJlooKg.webm 2aYriZaQpqw1NyVP_z5e8w.webm 4h2skTZIavQRpNUolPpYAQ.webm 56TEM80Z99odSdERGI2azQ.webm 6J4-JOnqo1ULVjprnEUA0w.webm 6JsaKJu1eCRIp7Xy6Dp8TA.webm 6YkEJDnihJejQGuxcXnMUA.webm 75MrDNd5iC846UmcNCYJxQ.webm 7WE-M5eWsnm6GM2lkTlqIg.webm 8WUnBrdX_CLBRRHl8fpOjQ.webm 8XTJ4GWIXhEC5Y1moKe4MQ.webm 9Z_eMbQ0ajtjRlu0Mzcfmw.webm aM3wjXDdOes0zPJfI2wYwg.webm cl4hJStxLoOR17TKsSMlQw.webm CTwfx7tuKT4CyUsaJfQhpQ.webm cvZkmwkOyMcQjsSnzqN3Og.webm dc1CHM_qQP7hcKKCR8Ww7w.webm De3w7fD0BcSkJJuh1udpVQ.webm E0WI8HNtJEa2Ne7k1yCPkg.webm FSmTicwd-hIJ0NkowlvKvQ.webm FWjOLG7R_DT-P2AV1xv_zA.webm FzxJr0U3yeiolVClw8vLrg.webm ghACD9SRNR8LBYvoAQJaOQ.webm glQ5bXycIF9qJv5evflYBA.webm hJVSjG-_--9W_wn-oYwIrA.webm hRC8WmtLbG3iAtYvXJ7IfA.webm IlsU0DwbWxPt-AfOCtSwYw.webm J2q3-GuXB294paPjh9rZGg.webm jbjAAJ97acjGhu4HJxEzRw.webm jeelPuq6bteDYAASIZ-YrA.webm KedXmhvY9ffPO3T7lPgezQ.webm kNI8n1ydHpags6KcvBtwyQ.webm KuB-XgyWbnCWS4MlbX-XkA.webm NEkWfkTEOafUB4NXua34ow.webm NtrPe6ZTJLk5zBtvUsio0g.webm Nxi5g9o3D16e94qxwF4GdA.webm _OPQ_Fhjt5tTUXoG8oAsvg.webm OSFftDuJBbzSEZOSu0vcOw.webm pgmObr34OOVocQZw6jqLDA.webm PIVcDPOAd3kXjEAGUUgQNQ.webm pNEHncQ-re_ezKp1WujcOw.webm PpnSm-GhzZPggynUjpzBiA.webm QydO_wDSqfJtT1_pmT6vaQ.webm QzwtS0dvdzYHQ8FWbrBhsw.webm rbyR15VVjYE3PGMVVnFjuw.webm rl4C90VWHf9xcfj2mqvtjQ.webm RrBvVf1Ps5-3ZyCfVbAVBQ.webm s35H-wdRIy1_u7MV9mohSw.webm sbjWO9MfUxGuXvhKUmnTUw.webm sMgbhjuSjBgfMUBr0i39ng.webm t5XficpJHEZPLFKWb_8VSA.webm _ThG7U7FiTZfhWtKSvvYaA.webm u4__7xksfSK3FDA3AeHAeA.webm uG7-vgOl0vv_WG4S1TZtAw.webm umVMh6Pj3LyUDHjOXsQjIw.webm v5tvzQSeIibXVj9hEqAypw.webm VJris_3PJ4afAnH6Qtzuuw.webm V_o0NC3P1Pi3VgMiOlzqpg.webm Vr9vPmYICoFZnkAQdA0g9g.webm
File: oi1I8KO2mdoq3UJuuEx2mg.gif (1.72 MB, 498x278)
1.72 MB
1.72 MB GIF
>wACCpwURFFWZ6MaayprheA.webm WFKa2pqngQASban466f7ng.webm WjWZ-bWlyeOKEX0EG0a39Q.webm X9jH-1VXc-uCMSZe0Pkt5g.webm XtYas2vPpT0d37HYjx1Y2g.webm zutdEbKGl-0-8GEyyTlu7Q.webm
>2rBdRDmX--Vh4D4IB9ViXw.gif G2MVz_6dYdXX5pVK_Y4MVw.gif kdijXPnOjD3MZ09JYksQiA.gif LXCbH94h10s0RlVX5Vy4eA.gif oi1I8KO2mdoq3UJuuEx2mg.gif

>echo -n [space-delimited hash list] | xargs -d " " sh -c 'for args do stat -t /mnt/e/dl/13b48ab/4chan_gif_2023_04/$args.gif 2>/dev/null; done' _
>echo -n [space-delimited hash list] | xargs -d " " sh -c 'for args do stat -t /mnt/e/dl/13b48ab/4chan_gif_2023_04/$args.webm 2>/dev/null; done' _

I kinda like "./AcousticBrony - Rarity's Theme (AcousticBrony Vs. Octavia Vs. Lyra Vs. Vinyl Scratch).mp3"
File: G2MVz_6dYdXX5pVK_Y4MVw.gif (3.15 MB, 339x450)
3.15 MB
3.15 MB GIF
Copying files:
>echo -n [list] | xargs -d " " sh -c 'for args do stat -t /mnt/e/dl/13b48ab/4chan_gif_2023_04/$args.gif 2>/dev/null; done' _ | sed "s/ .*//g" | xargs -d "\n" sh -c 'for args do cp -n "$args" "/home/ubuntu/Downloads/temp/faprequest1/"; done' _
>echo -n [list] | xargs -d " " sh -c 'for args do stat -t /mnt/e/dl/13b48ab/4chan_gif_2023_04/$args.webm 2>/dev/null; done' _ | sed "s/ .*//g" | xargs -d "\n" sh -c 'for args do cp -n "$args" "/home/ubuntu/Downloads/temp/faprequest1/"; done' _
76/109 files, unless anyone else wants to or can share their unpacked, it will take a little while (maybe tens of minutes or longer) to get the files which first showed up in month(s) before April. Most of the files in that thread - link should be alive for 3 days (original filename was "faprequest1.tar"):
File: LXCbH94h10s0RlVX5Vy4eA.gif (127 KB, 360x640)
127 KB
127 KB GIF
Upstream SHA1 hash of that tarball: 977d50abc822ad8c9ac645c913bd1e542fd81eaa

33 files showed up in one or more previous months:
>-ZP0_o4c_q70ih7xup-jbg 0Kwkx8ob1taXjIceL3PV1Q 4WzhXpq02igDXV_2r3YiZw 6cNnWfxOKmyj1R2MFhFvJg 901TsKvU7EUQrc93S_S0uA 95qTvAIs241YjEZti975yA BYP7LAHvMS_bRWNXpHP7qA Bm0usND-ckBinxIm18UEhw DQyPGSVzhDU4zDjxg0igAw DX-Uazt-RN0NB_A-LQGCZg EyJk1o1-7S2tgje0Hy298Q Jx29EvDH95Z8eozeh2_ZNg KWhv2YiUkpDJHpbIy74mcQ Qu4Uw-1SEW41-E2EptY0SQ XfstHia5pvbc9ZmtuJT6Nw XqZvU__sSpa2Z54upweLZg YsWBwC_peM0wdTcwqvie9g _XfgOs9MEY-Wk8TyiFad4Q aAXs-GR-CP1Y42pF5UEI4A bhzGp6L6L5VulW1fH4LBeg bxrBsWFzEJ96Aj259qWvdQ cQb86gcnwYx2cCBk5-JP5Q cVPvs7xWPPnOJgI6LKazOA doz3I4TKCFxN5xVLvtaBcg hOuRfx6y0QY6N3M5vfC-dQ iZUdWQdKw8EK6k1MzEpVug nh2zGrbGkuIR4N8yz0goEw oR3EdbTgGuUR0NK0VcpXxQ oVzgQM9mW5WW_sIsLLSMhQ qQTiN5qGGuwKZ9X5FiWUKA ubKfrtnJS60HjE-g8Dcvdw x3PBdCI1WElwBSwoT--Kmw zGB80vfM5mKLulYXCU0buw
Those 33 files confirmed as saved before, by
>echo -n [previous month hashes] | xargs -d " " sh -c 'for args do grep -- "$args" /mnt/e/dl/13b48ab/404_2.txt; done' _
33 - 7 = 26

>echo -n [list] | xargs -d " " sh -c 'for args do zgrep -- "$args" /mnt/e/dl/13b48ab/4chan_gif_2022_10_taronly.txt.gz; done' _

same with "AcousticBrony - Twilight Sparkle's Theme (Original).mp3"
26 - 12 = 14
from 4chan_gif_2022_11_taronly.txt.gz

Neat/happy/fun/cute track: "./AcousticBrony - Who's A Silly Pony.mp3"
14 - 14 = 0
gzip: /mnt/e/dl/13b48ab/4chan_gif_2023_03_taronly.txt.gz: No such file or directory
File: zGB80vfM5mKLulYXCU0buw.webm (2.89 MB, 640x1080)
2.89 MB
2.89 MB WEBM
datetime a while ago: Thu, 01 Jun 2023 01:23:57 +0000

one of the files
Retrieval takes a while and might not work
File: 4WzhXpq02igDXV_2r3YiZw.webm (1.79 MB, 1080x1920)
1.79 MB
1.79 MB WEBM
took a while but it worked, picrel. 504 on "Jx29EvDH95Z8eozeh2_ZNg.webm", RIP (maybe retrying will help). 4chan_gif_2022_10 is the only one in the set which I have on a HDD which is elsewhere.

OK remix: "./AcousticBrony and Mandopony - Loyalty (Aviators Remix).mp3"
Badass: "./AcousticBrony and PrinceWhateverer - Breaking Bonds (Ft. Mando, Lulz, MHM and George).mp3"
might work on getting+posting the remain 30 files later

28 left
./4chan_gif_2023_03/DQyPGSVzhDU4zDjxg0igAw.webm -> https://files.catbox.moe/vt3vtg.webm
./4chan_gif_2023_03/qQTiN5qGGuwKZ9X5FiWUKA.webm -> https://files.catbox.moe/5el44u.webm

crap I saw/heard recently:
No Cock Like Horse Cock youtube-52i14wYBef8 -> https://files.catbox.moe/vrltwz.mp4
has better audio/music compared to
Will the Circle Be Unbroken? (Arr. J.D. Moore) youtube-CRJxd536kvg -> https://files.catbox.moe/cjr3ig.mp4
File: bhzGp6L6L5VulW1fH4LBeg.webm (1.32 MB, 1080x1920)
1.32 MB
1.32 MB WEBM
27 to be shared

Maybe 4WzhXpq02igDXV_2r3YiZw.webm worked quicker, same with c* and h*, because they are closer to the top of the tarball than Jx29EvDH95Z8eozeh2_ZNg and i*

quick retrieval = worked on:

quick retrieval = fail on

failed, but afterwards worked on a later retry:

version which sounds significantly different:
No cock Like horse cock Pepper Coyote lyrics youtube-h2dJ-JUzhVs -> https://files.catbox.moe/2tifql.mp4
File: iZUdWQdKw8EK6k1MzEpVug.webm (3.95 MB, 1280x720)
3.95 MB
3.95 MB WEBM
26 todo, guess I'll use tarindexer for the rest unless someone shares them before me; these ones:
File: hOuRfx6y0QY6N3M5vfC-dQ.webm (1.34 MB, 1080x1920)
1.34 MB
1.34 MB WEBM
22 todo

https://files.catbox.moe/kqo076.tar - should be 14780995087c3ef489fe8b75ffcca89343c92cfc
I'm usually not interested in fellatio-focused porn, but this one was sexy:
howto.txt - added a step between step 6 and 7:
>$ crontab -e
>[while in vim: copy the file path at the bottom, e.g., "/tmp/crontab.DsYZFr/crontab"]
>[press ctrl+z]
>$ utc; cp -n "[path]" "/mnt/e/dl/13b48ab/$monthdir/"; utc
>[example: cp -n "/tmp/crontab.DsYZFr/crontab" "/mnt/e/dl/13b48ab/$monthdir/"]
>$ fg
thank you
4 Jun 2023 UTC: fixed the script to be better. Wish I implemented this change a long time ago. It corrects for a rare problem.
Archiving a bump comment
Sorry for the large delay on May 2023 (expect even more delay or for it to be released much later if my HDD doesn't die). I have excuses, but won't bore you. (Thing which is meaningful to me: 26hr.)
Saw this ad above the thread that this post is posted to which linked to a thing saying I could get Usenet for $5/month. Maybe then I could get those files. https://files.catbox.moe/bn2kqh.webp
sexy, photo, large breasts, ./4changif/202210/
/k/ user IRL:
>rsync: [sender] read errors mapping "/mnt/e/dl/13b48ab/4chan_gif_2022_11.tar": Input/output error (5)
What happens when you have a years-old hard drive do something for a few minutes every hour for months (had multiple other read errors on non-gif files too)
>CIDs still up even though I've been offline for 3 days
>had multiple other read errors on non-gif files too
Like 15 read errors across 2TB = more than 200,000 B of erred data. Also:
>rsync: [sender] read errors mapping "/mnt/e/dl/13b48ab/4chan_gif_2022_12.tar": Input/output error (5)
Ukrainian soldier hugging kids, petting dog before leaving (propaganda video?)
>rsync: [sender] read errors mapping "/mnt/e/dl/13b48ab/4chan_gif_2023_01.tar": Input/output error (5)
sexy, photo, human, female, ass clap, large ass, breasts, dress, audio
photo, human, audio, armchair psychology, life advice, happiness, loneliness, friendship is magic
photo, human, lolwat, strangulation, music, western
read error made rsync go wonky:
>rsync: [sender] read errors mapping "/mnt/e/dl/13b48ab/4chan_gif_2022_11.tar": Input/output error (5)
>744,237,110,378 111% 5.33MB/s ??:??:?? ^C
sex doll, sex robot, Hatsune Miku(?), creepy, Pony Electronic (parody of Sony Electronics)
In /gif/, which is more popular: interracial garbage, or shemale? photo, human, ass, ponytail
File: tOJOILrBM9G8JpJmxqQ-4A.gif (2.91 MB, 365x341)
2.91 MB
2.91 MB GIF
photo, human, jew, hat
rock music, moonman, krazy train, nazi swastika

actually stabbed on television, rekt, woman, photo, human, nail
"4 Israeli citizens arrested in Ukraine for smuggling 120kg. of cocaine", photo, human, drugs, rap music
Hecking AI didn't help - https://chat-gpt.org/chat
>>In Linux, how do I fix a file with a read error without deleting the entire file and restoring it from a backup?
>You can use the tool "ddrescue" to recover a file with read errors. Here are the steps:
>[blah blah blah, not helpful]
>>No, I want to make the file with a read error quit having that error by no longer having part of if point to a bad sector and instead point to a good sector which contains only binary zeros. How do I do that?
>To fix a read error in a file by redirecting it to a good sector with binary zeros, you can use a disk utility tool. Here are the steps:
>[blah blah blah, not helpful]
>>make file quit linking to bad sector in linux?
>Unfortunately, it is not possible to fix or repair a bad sector in a file as it is a physical issue with the storage device. However, you can mark the bad sector as unusable to prevent any data from being written to it.
>To do this in Linux, you can use the "badblocks" command to scan the storage device for bad sectors and mark them as unusable.
>Here are the steps to use the badblocks command:
>[blah blah blah, not really helpful]
>>You are a nigger cattle.
>I'm sorry, but that is a derogatory and offensive term. As an AI language model, I do not have a race or ethnicity. Please use respectful language in our interactions.

Instead, I probably got a better answer or search result from DDG search "make file quit linking to bad sector in linux":
>Try a low-level write using hdparm:
>sudo hdparm --yes-i-know-what-i-am-doing --write-sector 215040 /dev/sda
>… where 215040 is the sector number you want to overwrite (and possibly remap) and /dev/sda is the device to which you want to write.

BTW, other helpful info:
photo, human, anal sex, vagina
Absolutely quality thread

Thanks to everyone archiving it
retro computing, rms, gnu/linux ftw
or it was just ipfs companion in my browser which kept them up (not anyone else). In Brave Browser you can't go to ipfs:// while in private mode, but if you have the ipfs companion extension in Brave I think you can go to any http://localhost:48084/ipfs/CID link (even if you are in private mode).

about two chunks got corrupted in each file. fixed thanks to p2p and the files being popular enough (ddrescue from older hdd to newer hdd, recheck torrent on newer hdd, download 64 MiB to fix the files' missing parts).
I saw that someone was trying to download this a day or two ago. I'm (re)checking it now, so it should be available soon enough. qBittorrent was being annoying and it would not let me change the location of torrent "xbooru.com_some_irl_porn", so I had to remove it from and re-add it to the transfer list (it was errored as "Transport endpoint is not connected").
Time now = Sat, 01 Jul 2023 00:03:17 +0000
Better Call Tranny
(/gif/ May 2023)
File: z8_y1b7yXoVMdCvpaj7zEQ.gif (1.51 MB, 416x473)
1.51 MB
1.51 MB GIF
I have folder "4chan_gif_2023_05" on two different hard drives. It is finished on one (to be synced to the other). Expect /gif/ May 2023 sometime in the distant future or something.
don't know the name of this song
Trying to not get blown away
stretching donald duck and mickey mouse
max vaxxed
music, dancing, photo, human
vagina, pink dildo, photo, human
It's "electric_blue_by_icehouse.mp4" at

More music from >>1232421 "The Midnight - America 2":
lyrics: https://genius.com/The-midnight-america-2-lyrics
"My Little Pony" tattoo:
anal penetration, photo, human, audio
Cat wants a fish (I was looking for a specific cat video in there, not bafy...wxvq):
Can someone up the thread:

Semen on figure/figure bukkake thread

Its on 4chan /gif/ - 2022-10.
I dont have internets to download all the 138gb
I don't have that on a convenient HDD now, but I do have some of it in IPFS. https://archived.moe/gif/thread/24045417/
Get image hashes out of thread (seems to work better than >>1232845):
>$ curl -sL https://archived.moe/gif/thread/24045417/ | perl -pE "s/ /\n/g" | grep -E "/gif/search/image/.*\">View" | sed "s/href=\".*\/image\///g" | sed "s/\/.*//g" | sort | uniq | perl -pE "s/\n/ /g"; echo
>0-79M_fyr7co7p5GI7_PPw 0BLssLcHaz-BsyCYdzxOMw 0UnHwa400WCUHZA6cVU2OA 3CiZ2q0tP0abtz3c6wlq_g 47eDL2Jwauy8q1NAfanTLw 599RjXNy7whXefPkGQ5DxA 5A-3LXdgczo_i-yvSADaPQ 6vl0g6cN7ZMCDulbiEjLEw 7EL2BFjnne-map09Y9p4oQ 8WwuxBMMATNqM09Fap2yhw 902hStrtcCS1CzsbOMPEdg 9LqdDT1t_LsG5ICOGTAOpQ ac9uIVoVD3Fd_dhfRm4XPg AFLC3Y6gWJp5U7fHWJ7VXw akuTmqBt25v1V-60bQsanQ BUPc8Gmk2w13qGUGM45pCg bZLM_dZmRSe7WX8rxKY1Dw -cXX19b7tn7HiqqHslXTLA dXL5tIuhBE6WMomSgkKGUg DX-Uazt-RN0NB_A-LQGCZg EbDqizh3tLrXo19cSfTEcQ elVvPF65-PQ-09A9TO_O8w ETcTqkggjF-ouJDAsuxjYQ exixitlfzhVNrhxYSb34iA F0WTfs8m_qjXp7Uatj7GQg FcNIsuK9hRfuYrBPrKly3g fDQ-TfNvF0410EL8o1uKVw fUXby3O9pzy-KhYyT1JHqQ FXC7O-cXh1BHJlxkpEDxXg glnOcho27TF4VWUgLljJnA gRVWnLOTqGegbs_ZFGbgkg H4g6TpK55d8yPJKnJg4IBw jC1-niFmN2CXPncIUr47SQ jpt-jRUcK6wjbzNWNeJoMA JQ-m2MSPT5bzf5U_SNw49A kjiy9uRrH2-bETKE-9nGsQ KOjdKXdx4y2f6Eej69h9pg Ku3UtEfNBMX6hdfgomBsfg NmePmhISEs3Tqu_XEu5pOg nSRUk_Ua8WrmVGEGl8ss7w oR3EdbTgGuUR0NK0VcpXxQ -oui1jUadBQ6L5SLUH0RSg OuVzl3N-1kCo-PvFez6CDA PAz-_BzVYJc4Uhx1Umlfww _pdLesbBLnk2RZvTUUlrjg PsuQA0uW8sAVJrWr1-uMnw qbBp6i-n-Ru7olzOZzoTJA QnQnsT7ZZS99DJwhdl4ZHw qXePnBO8zCcDS5PFbD43YQ S2TUCmgURIaCAJAA9IwMGQ sdmu2G1b-RwMUbyH20DaBw taNB5bT6cD8N-JYkfPk2EQ ubKfrtnJS60HjE-g8Dcvdw UJ8lRNpsEqyXheVVvjem8Q uRk-ULJcGRxvWql1-LWQLw ver769-m233aCTzOwpBpwg vGkyg-jIOaxMrlhxa36guw W17q6K9l7dqakMxU3Cs7FA wJzLx_esNW17zGyJ2Io2Og WrWLS17_bZZh_Yhf1l0KSw XFMo7h0R_wlleMe7NNo-vA xhYDPQwwv5_SznEvQfXZ0w y-9QJ7UP8Rho6Sizg4Q8dQ YAP3Dy4uByPVKWy703d_mw yjLwgj6l12hArRFkvlkPzQ ywA3k9_erGuFEyZq5keH-A ZG7X-l5h75p_6GbUPdxqIg ZhxlBxo7wcAQQjK5qtvXsg zImnCTi8aIbzTFaXT5Hq-w
>Its on 4chan /gif/ - 2022-10.
It isn't because that is a thread from 2022-11 and after.
> >>>/gif/24045417 OP at 2022-11-27
Not in bafy...yytq, since that is some of the data from 2022-10.
>echo -n [space-delimited hashes] | xargs -d " " sh -c 'for args do echo "$args"; grep -n -- "$args" bafybeiaf4kfecxye5ltsrqvr42ef5tiugtq6asra72j4ffoffbezlaznzy; done' _
From experience, I know that tarindexer works. I could index the tarball and pull out those specific files via dd or something.
taxi driver, music

bad moon rising (not /gif/)
holodeck, fetishist, star trek, funny, photo, human
I think I'm a faggot 'cause that's such a nice cock and load.
sports girls, butt slap, photo, human
I dont understand shit, comrade. Can tou explain this better?
> >>1243334
Files are hashed via the MD5 toy algorithm in 4chan, archived.moe, etc. /gif/ torrents linked ITT have files with filenames based on these hashes. The MD5 hashes in 4chan stuff are recorded like this:

I can find specific files that you want in the data if I know the filename/"Base64 hash". The "Base64-encoded hash" is specified for each image post and can be pulled out of a thread via:
>$ curl -sL https://archived.moe/gif/thread/24045417/ | perl -pE "s/ /\n/g" | grep -E "/gif/search/image/.*\">View" | sed "s/href=\".*\/image\///g" | sed "s/\/.*//g" | sort | uniq | perl -pE "s/\n/ /g"; echo
>[stdout with space-character-delimited hashes]
or: manually copying the "View Same" link on each post with an attached file.

Read about MD5 and Base64 in Wikipedia + program docs:
>https://linux.die.net/man/1/curl + https://linux.die.net/man/1/perl + https://linux.die.net/man/1/grep + https://linux.die.net/man/1/sed
>https://linux.die.net/man/1/sort + https://linux.die.net/man/1/uniq + https://linux.die.net/man/1/echo
> >>1243333
4chan_gif_2022_10: I don't have all of this on a convenient hard disk drive (HDD); I have all of it on an HDD which is not attached, not reachable via sftp, sitting somewhere. However, I have like 1/4th of it in IPFS which I can somewhat easily get. (BTW, I started this project out using IPFS >>1231744 - one of the reasons I quit was I thought adding data was slow, but really my HDD was being slow as a sign of imminent failure.)

4chan_gif_2022_11: I think I have all of this on a convenient HDD; this is the one you want as it has the files and none of those files are in 4chan_gif_2022_10. I posted the full URL to it.
> >>1243337
You said that it's in 4chan_gif_2022_10. This is incorrect. The thread with the files that you want ( https://archived.moe/gif/thread/24045417/ ) was started in 2022-11-27 and has no reposts from 2022-11.
4chan_gif_2022_10 covers: 2022-10-FirstDay to 2022-10-LastDay.
4chan_gif_2022_11 covers: 2022-11-FirstDay to 2022-11-LastDay.

bafy...yytq is terse/short for the full IPFS CID, which is /ipfs/bafybeihpriewbgycmm45w7vutul7xtn5uwvpo3izbyyrpsyi2oro76yytq (bafy...yytq contains 24 GB of data from 2022-10) - HTTP gateway:

>echo -n [space-delimited hashes from /gif/ thread #24045417] | xargs -d " " sh -c 'for args do echo "$args"; grep -n -- "$args" bafybeiaf4kfecxye5ltsrqvr42ef5tiugtq6asra72j4ffoffbezlaznzy; done' _
This command checks for hashes/filenames in an index file at

Docs: >>1245583 +

Forgot to post - Read about IPFS:
*has no reposts from 2022-10
>index file
IPLD of interest:

In this set:
>$ ipfs object links bafybeiaf4kfecxye5ltsrqvr42ef5tiugtq6asra72j4ffoffbezlaznzy
>bafkreieqpnsmbyzug6j6at46rpbz44uxy7g6jnjs4e6zd7fd3v6vrqhb6e 1048576
>bafkreickaoso54nme6yuyrpralpiu6uhv7klxmgequy5wq3ozobolibqcm 1048576
>bafkreiaozy7jtzfdktybcvabbv2vbbethjvjcpfrynkxnyr2iyoo6hv2gi 1048576
>bafkreifqkhvzi7qijmvl2fh5vqu5uzu7cigejathhgbcehnqw3lbymjg2y 1048576
>bafkreicqqzobljr2rwq7oflayygwuyfm4ev7il3pv5seqa2ghcane3weh4 1048576
>bafkreictfck72dz6azusmti2cjmtscgvaqghdnaxryz4fzvu3mupgjtogm 1048576
>bafkreiaz54xklxpoohregdhip2ivzlop623lkpkjuk2qadmhxkeqcovsuq 1048576
>bafkreieanb7qqhihrmqqovow6mvydolevuwldtwfqbhdwgg3lvxvr6cp4u 1048576
>bafkreifkxxctco7aypiykskw43tbyzpqguu4tlbxz7uyop3hdhbbhzdwau 1048576
>bafkreierujnjqaa7tiaqtb5pxa2f3zwyqxgvqbvqszhvwtbnbna47otgay 1048576
>bafkreig6p35u6thaw7qrmiha4okueafaxcftg5imnykegxw3z7aaobeuwe 1048576
>bafkreift7rtuzy5meresoydzxxg7ugvtil2i3df3vu6c5mcbx2j3icbnju 885718
captcha: MMSGAY
based parrot, bird, photo, music, screenshot, ack!
fiery skull, flames, photo, human, cremation
could i have this thread? thanks OP
from november 2022
>The thread you were looking for does not exist.
>The post you are looking for does not exist.

Nothing here:

I don't know the filenames that you want because I guess archived.moe deleted that thread. I have some idea of the time that the thread was posted.
Not memory-holed previous post: https://archived.moe/gif/post/24051561
Are there any /wsg/ archives?
I liked about 2 out of those 10 MP4 files, nothing really fantastic imo.
up around the bend (not /gif/)

I crawled /gif/, not /wsg/. Work-safe GIF seems weak sauce and not intense.
captcha: DNASJW
More nice music - "ACME - AdLabPlus 3.1 kg.xm" / "back in action" (play the audio file in VLC or something):

Furthermore, and I have a low under understanding of the situation, it went something like this:
* 2022-10 and months after = no one seriously saved/scraped full images of /wsg/
* 2023-06 to now = full images of /wsg/ are being saved in a seriously way - check the links in whatever site has old /wsg/ threads
white guy got stabbed/slashed because he was rapping and said "negroid" in a bad area, or something like that:
incest, sex, photo, human, penis, ass, audio, text
female breasts, audio, photo, human, large breasts

"How old are you?" "Old enough to jam you cock down my throat."

black attack, photo, human

More audio files from that folder, keygen music:
"ADMINCRACK - EmEditor 10.x 32-64 crk.xm", "Hymn(CD)", Commie International Anthem
> https://dweb.link/ipfs/QmctNN92cQseDER2qSELr5ciRi1b2ZntsmzFRxMAHfFVBM/Alpahbeticale/A/ADMINCRACK/ADMINCRACK%20-%20EmEditor%2010.x%2032-64%20crk.xm
"ADMiNCRACK - Windows 7-8 Manager crk.it", "Sad Song"
> https://gateway.ipfs.cybernode.ai/ipfs/QmVUhvfLmSjx1ysm62nc6nF3RWFnjyQ6pmi8vyNEWmfF2N/A/ADMINCRACK/ADMiNCRACK%20-%20Windows%207-8%20Manager%20crk.it
"ADMINCRACK - WinRAR 4.20 x86 crk.xm", "Broken"
> https://gateway.ipfs.cybernode.ai/ipfs/QmVyEhCpmyE9qb7A8YYPKk56mKNavTDB7sHwRFV3gbASRY/ADMINCRACK/ADMINCRACK%20-%20WinRAR%204.20%20x86%20crk.xm
"ADMINCRACK - PDF-Xchange Viewer 2.0.52 crk.xm", "SM-cHipT0wN(NES RMX)"
> https://dweb.link/ipfs/QmWac6GspTaNDvxjYu7oFHrFLAcLpdm8qxsnSoFqGMB97H/ADMINCRACK%20-%20PDF-Xchange%20Viewer%202.0.52%20crk.xm
captcha: WNA4R
Is there a way to search the archives for threads?
Did you ever upload May 2023 or June 2023?
No, because I was impacted by and dealing with some fucking bullshit. As such, I was thinking of releasing the data in an order similar to or this exactly:
1st: 2023-07
2nd: 2023-06
3rd: 2023-05

However, if you REALLY want it, I could possibly share May and June this month. Just email me a free-to-generate-and-use API token for this one website and I'll do it, jk. Seems that I should make uncompressed ZIP files instead of uncompressed TAR files moving forward.
saw another thread in /t/ which requested dancing gifs. some webms with dancing from /gif/ below

dancing, photo, human, day

dancing, obese, music, fat, photo, human, "mama"

More keygen music highlights:
"AGAiN - Link Stash", "px.bladswede remix!"
> https://dweb.link/ipfs/bafybeidkcilyenn3hipjdjwxhmvt2dwzmay3uds65agutanhpyjcl4ox24/A/AGAiN/AGAiN%20-%20Link%20Stash%
"AGAiN - FlashGetkgl_converted.xm", ".sunflower..."
> https://dweb.link/ipfs/bafybeidrmesnt2adhtvvbxhxbv2c4kijj365wb4l37zccvmvk4qqpipjpm/AGAiN/AGAiN%20-%20FlashGetkgl_converted.xm
*to jam your

"AGAiN - No1 CD Ripper kg.xm" / "sequence line" is good or ok; "AGAiN - Novelty Pro 8.24 kg.xm" / "crm_legendofgold" is happy music. Both files are in
yeah, various search options at the following site, examples:

"AGAiN - Total Commander Pro 6.01 crk_converted.xm" / ".we($)t coast..." is rap music-related (no vocals). "AGAiN - AutoShutdownkg.xm" / "Moonflight" = happy.

pic unrelated from /gif/
Titfuck, paizuri, photo, human, audio, large breasts

Nice - "AGES - Devil May Cry 3 SE +9trn.xm", "My melody"
Desuarchive saved /gif/ images in the past, but where are those files now?! Mentions /gif/:

Jack shit in here:

Compare that to a similar upload which actually has the data, ~326 GB of it (pic related):
>1st: 2023-07
>2nd: 2023-06
>3rd: 2023-05
That's going to fuck up the order. But appreciate your work regardless.
Either order is fine with me. I have no preferences
I was just wondering about the status
Sorry to hear some bullshit happened to you
>yeah, various search options at the following site, examples:

What if the site doesnt have the thread link that I saved archived?
July ends on the 31st.
Useless techie - before getting fired:
- https://dweb.link/ipfs/QmW7pRHJa6pmZ1sTuVn3dMZsABWmAuYCwYAbAiexDn97cG
- attached file

I like some/most of the music in the "AGGRESSiON" folder:
I will try to release July 2023 /gif/ full images ASAP, as in, within the next 3 days or so. Scene release music, haha, >>1246126 - "team europe", "AH-Team - (FEUERRADER) - Quick Unpack v1.0 beta 3.xm":
captcha: SMHSX2
What happens when I don't check the logs every damn 2 or 3 days (time=utc-6):
2023-07-25 22: good
2023-07-25 23: nothing
2023-07-26 00 to 05: nothing
2023-07-26 06: good, but didn't pull everything from the larger stack from being offline for a while

Looks like archived.moe was offline for 5 hours. July 2023 has all images from every hour of the month, except like 2 hours. This is the first time this happened. If I checked the logs more often I would have seen this and fixed it via a different script. 26 was like 6 days ago - not 1 or 2, so I guess those images are dead now. Captcha: 4AVTR0
Zipping July now - forgot one unimportant step related to logging.

Changes to howto.txt:
>Make an uncompressed ZIP file (first check that you have enough free HDD space)
>$ cd $basepath/
>$ utc; 7z a -mx=0 $monthdir.zip $monthdir; utc
>- In qBittorrent: "$basepath/$monthdir.zip" -> 16 MiB piece size
Captcha: 8D0NW8
Finished packing, 74 GiB->74 GiB. Next: torrent creation.
I started creating the torrent a few minutes ago, progress so far: 5%. I think I should use a piece size of 1 MiB instead of 16 MiB.
== >>1231730 Proudly Presenting ==

Full images of 4chan /gif/ - 2023-07:


^mirrored at https://files.catbox.moe/8vduub.torrent
File: massacre_000009.jpg (27 KB, 720x406)
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^ Music to go along with this "scene release", haha - "AT4RE - Crystal2Mobile Producer 2.1crk.xm" = keygen music, parody/cover of Theme From The Godfather:

BTW, I was reading this recently - interesting, it mentions groups RARBG and SPARKS (both disappeared or got in big legal trouble):

Image from https://dweb.link/ipfs/bafybeifhll67sw2otceqhghsckhrs72hxcl6ktau57hei3oo5hxigse3tu
"Look how they massacred my boy."
hot, sexy, photo, human, girl

Those videos are similar; imagine if a cute mare was getting sexually pounded like that.
I have 4chan_gif_2022_11 on 3 hard drives:
- a crappy one
- an OK one
- a good one, but to be deleted in that one to free up some space

This means I will be less capable of seeding it after said deletion.

More thematic keygen music from that folder - "AT4RE - LanFlow 6.00.2011 crk.xm", "Theme from Cheers":

another one
Do you like horse penis?
Beautiful, who is this?
A folder in there contains file "Keygen Music.torrent":

File list of that torrent:

Link and stuff:
Number of Files: 3652
Content Size: 426.14 MB
Created On: 2013-06-06

I don't know much about that >10-year-old torrent anymore. Did I create it? Maybe. Did I find it (I didn't create it)? Maybe. Is it still alive? Dunno, but the all the files for that torrent should still be alive in IPFS as long as I and anyone else seeds/hosts it. captcha: K0XPX
^ *but all of the files

I did an exact text search for
in ddg/bing, google/startpage, brave, and yandex = I found nothing or had zero results. Neat music in folder "BAKA!":

24 hour temp upload of A-Z keygen_music (447 MB uncompressed):

idk, md5 for searching: JiM2ig5qzQT2TKZmX_TiXQ - from
>QmXFMAMDfbvU5DMRynUu8hqDupDfwmHeukQiRff5RVWyjA ./QmSe6gPzikEjC9Xev7dDfE3WLfCx41ygmV5HwaaxGRCWY4/4changif/202210/JiM2ig5qzQT2TKZmX_TiXQ
Do you take requests for single threads? I'm looking for whichever thread 25468566 was in. It's dead on moe.
Sorry, I don't save webpages, only the binary files. However, I should stop being lazy and change my stuff so it at least dumps the webpage crawls into .html files which ends up being a compressed set of text files. tee (https://linux.die.net/man/2/tee - "duplicating pipe content") would probably be helpful. The first step would be getting web plain text content of all of the posts which have attached files (what I already do but don't save it). Next would be descending those files to get thread webpages, updated daily. I can save WARCs of webpages. Further reason: looks like archived.moe keeps censoring posts and threads by deleting both of them.

I like this keygen/chiptune music:
>Take On Me by A-ha, "AiR - SmartScore X Professional installer.xm"
>"'95-raver's-megamix", "AiR - Synapse Audio Dune 1.x kg.mod"
>Theme From Mortal Kombat, "AkEd - Sam DJ 4.4.4 crk.xm"
>"pleiadeans", "ArCADE - BluffTitler DX9 8.0.5kg.it"
>"Once Upon A Farm", "ArCADE - PatternStudio 5 kg.it", chill music
>"targeting complete", "ASA - eDocuments Scan crk.mod", The Terminator
https://archived.moe/gif/post/25468566 -> https://archived.moe/gif/thread/25441695/#25468566 -> dead

Previous post is
-> https://archived.moe/gif/thread/25461095/#25468565
--> Fri 07 Jul 2023 13:07:31 UTC (filename minus last 6 numbers = Unix Epoch 1688735251 = Fri Jul 07 13:07:31 2023 UTC)

So if you are looking for the images, you could look for files with similar timestamps.

attached=another file linked from there and /gif/

I like "smells like teen..", "BAKA! - DigiTV-HD 3.7.10 crk.xm" = keygen music, instrumental version/variant of "Smells Like Teen Spirit" by Nirvana:
^I sorta felt like Kurt Cobaining myself yesterday.

sex, photo, human, audio
wow thanks
Had a dream that a sexy girl was walking around topless in the morning and started making something in the kitchen, not knowing I was there, or maybe she did. It was kinda dark. She was my cousin or something, no blood relation due to being a part of an adoptive family on one side of my family. I then sorta dreamt I had sex with her. I found out this video to be similar and sexy, though the ass of the girl in this video is not as attractive as the one I dreamt of:

I think there are some "sexy cooking" videos in /gif/.
photo, human, blonde girl, anal penetration, >>1250880 the girl in that dream looked more similar to this (video from /gif/):

music, "My pen is the barrel of a gun", "want to hate you half as much as I hate myself", not /gif/
>My pen is the barrel of a gun
Death Note
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Woah, I found a file I was looking for years ago (and I wasn't looking for it when I found it):

AnyDVD_HD_8.1.4.0_FINAL___Crack_[TechTools] at
> magnet:?xt=urn:btih:44a9f92626a9e99fe2191fb539bf9cf17a7b0d9e&dn=AnyDVD+HD+
> https://itorrents.org/torrent/44a9f92626a9e99fe2191fb539bf9cf17a7b0d9e.torrent
> https://www.torrentkitty.one/information/44A9F92626A9E99FE2191FB539BF9CF17A7B0D9E

"AnyDVD HD FINAL + Crack [www.Tech-Tools.ME].rar" > "patch.exe" > FLAC copy/rip (114.6 MB) of the audio in
> ipfs://bafybeiczssepqiqljwjglpowvbs3ttk32mppg7eucz7wij7uvob7fkzbwa

Original XM file is basically from "Hybrid song 2:20"="BRD - Teleport Prokg.xm" (50.1 KB) at
> https://dweb.link/ipfs/QmQMnsCSaEMSBa5Djzqk1T3CForDvQnaSfKbahjLw4h58G/BRD%20-%20Teleport%20Prokg.xm

The 24-bit FLAC is 2287 times larger than the extended module file. Image: "AnyDVD - Patch by BRD".
gators, photo

I like these tracks:
"my valentine", "BReWErS - 3D Hunting 2010 +5 trn.xm"
":: bunnyboobz", "BReWErS - Borderlands The Secret Armory of General Knoxx +16 trn.xm"
captcha: NNSNNA
No one's doing all of this shit for your ugly ass:

FLAC file:
= "120 MB" in https://bafybeiczssepqiqljwjglpowvbs3ttk32mppg7eucz7wij7uvob7fkzbwa.ipfs.dweb.link/

Seems to sound different compared to the .xm file.
Might still be alive - https://checker.openwebtorrent.com/
Is june 2023 out?
Do you REALLY want it? I have data; it could have been better.
OK, I hope to download and seed that warez release and also this 1GB torrent of fucking sexy cartoons:
this month ends on the 31st. captcha: ASS8XW
archived.moe went offline frequently and for hours over this month. I was too busy/lazy to fix the script (or check the logs all the damn time) to account for this frequent downtime which appears to be a permanent quality of the site. Offline periods which resulted in missed data (out of the specified page range); month=2023-08:
- (ignore:script ran for fix) day 13: hours 2 to 17
- day 15: hours 6 to 10

Update: ignore the above criticism. I had thought it was worse than it was for reasons, but after checking the rest of the log I see that I only missed a relatively very small or small amount. Uptime of archived.moe was not excellent this month, but it was pretty great. Thanks archived.moe. Todo: extend page range or do some more difficult thing where a larger range is checked if the logs have certain qualities.
Context on one of those videos I think:

Cop could have went to him. Instead he made him crawl, and when his pants were falling down he unconsciously pulled them up, resulting in him getting fucking domed.
Wrong link, meant to post:

I was doing some research into people who got into deadly altercations with police. I learned that about 25% of cops in the US have drug/alcohol abuse problems.
50% done creating store mode file "4chan_gif_2023_08.zip"
It will be about 10 hours until it is 100%. In other news, this ~100 MB torrent of music 12406618d8c96ff359de10a3b2dbcd180f956758 has been restored; temp share: https://0x0.st/Hp37.zip
Finished packing in Mon, 04 Sep 2023 04:10:13 +0000. Next step: creation of .torrent file.

This thread (No,1231730) was linked to by this post: >>1257141
qBittorrent update on Ubuntu: everything is too blue. Other than that, I see something new; in "Torrent Creator" do I pick V1, V2, or Hybrid? I guess I will set the "Torrent format" to "V1". What does it matter? To have a non-hexadecimal infohash? It defaulted to "Hybrid". Also, the optimize/align pieces borders or whatever option was removed in this update. 2023-08 will have a piece size of 1M. 256K is alright, but too small.
== Proudly Presenting ==

Full images of 4chan /gif/ - 2023-08:


^mirrored at https://files.catbox.moe/umv082.torrent


Anchor: >>1231730. Music for this release - "MLP PMV - I'm Awesome":
not the anon from above, but yeah I came here looking for June.
OK, Guess I could working on releasing those one or two months soon-ish, was thinking I could get on that a day or two ago.
Why is this thread filled with spam?
Where? I see links to P2P stuff (mostly focused on /gif/), but no spam.
So based, King

Thank you
Noob question: How can I actually browse this archive? Let's say I have a bunch of expired thread numbers inside my browser history that I want to get all the media from, what would I have to do? I can see the same threads backed up on archived.moe but ofcourse they are only thumbnails and none of the webms will load.
bump for June.
I moved some data, so I now have free space on this one HDD. Now it is a matter of finding where I put the June folder and doing stuff like zipping it. Speaking of archiving porn, this is real sexy: https://twibooru.org/3003367
^ output of "find /z4/sync_mnt-e/dl/13b48ab/4chan_gif_2023_06 | wc -l" = "311560". This means that I have to go through the steps in howto.txt (I should label which steps take a while to finish). I might have completed the steps for the 2023-05 folder in the past. Also fap-worthy: https://twibooru.org/3016299 - I wonder if there is a non-roastie (anatomically correct) version.
Finished zipping 4chan_gif_2023_06 hours ago. Next=torrent creation. Jerked off to:
* a video from /gif/ 2023-06
* https://ponerpics.org/images/6765818 - sexy pink mare with great tits
* https://www.xvideos.com/video59598511/cosplay_18yo_brunette_big_ass_blowjob_fuck_facial - liked the scene after the blowjob
== Request fulfilled ==

Full images of 4chan /gif/ - 2023-06:


^mirrored at https://files.catbox.moe/wcwbex.torrent


Anchor: >>1231730. Music for this release - "Mortal Kombat PMV":
Thank you! Only missing 2023-05.
Was offline for a few hours. Now it's back online. qBittorrent became nonresponsive/retarded, so I force killed it by running "kill -n 4 [pid]". It is running again now, but it has to check/recheck 1.5 TiB; wow that is annoying.
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Was 2023-05 ever released?
06, 07, 08 on the DL now.
too big anon can you merge all the premature ejaculation in one zip file and torrent it?
also: amwf,amateur would be nice but not necessary
These figurines are sexier:

>Only missing 2023-05
Do you REALLY want it? I have data, and it could have been better; for example, maybe missing a small percent of the files that I should have got.
File: file.png (490 KB, 700x520)
490 KB
490 KB PNG

anyway, 90% of something is better than 0%.
>Do you REALLY want it?
Alrighty, I guess I will have time to release May in October after I release September. More info: >>1241010 . I think I saw some Nazi music videos in /gif/; here's one from YT: https://x0.at/oT2Z.mp4
This month ends on the 30th. I thought this porn was aesthetic:
Today -- October 1, 2023 -- is the 20th anniversary of the start of 4chan. It's also the 1-year anniversary of /gap/. Me and my marefriend on our anniversary: https://ponerpics.org/images/3079774
Holy fuck that duck is awesome
I finished uploading >200 GB torrent "pbooru.com image file raws" -- magnet:?xt=urn:btih:9c24b59f5eb7ec6e541a1484655aae7e051431f7&dn=ponibooru&tr=udp%3a%2f%2fopen.stealth.si%3a80%2fannounce&tr=udp%3a%2f%2ftracker.opentrackr.org%3a1337%2fannounce&tr=udp%3a%2f%2ftracker.coppersurfer.tk%3a6969%2fannounce&tr=udp%3a%2f%2fexodus.desync.com%3a6969%2fannounce -- to someone (I was the only seeder), so I can start working on packing the previous months /gif/ files with freer I/O. Image from the torrent linked in this post (of files of a dead website), scaled-down Babel Image Archives Version.
"The Thing" (1982)
Despite what I previously saw online, that is not from "The Thing"; I just rewatched it:
It’s from "The Thing" (2011):
For 2023-09, running addext.sh right now. This GIF is from /gif/.
Time taken to pack it:
>$ utc; 7z a -mx=0 $monthdir.zip $monthdir; utc
>Tue, 10 Oct 2023 10:49:25 +0000
>. . . 1 folder, 25152 files, 70884286297 bytes (67 GiB)
>Creating archive: 4chan_gif_2023_09.zip
>. . . Files read from disk: 25152
>Archive size: 70889646569 bytes (67 GiB)
>Everything is Ok
>Thu, 12 Oct 2023 07:06:16 +0000
>$ uptime
> 03:31:13 up 100 days, 13:44, 3 users, load average: 40.07, 39.82, 39.49

This likely indicates that a HDD of mine is slowing down and going to die sometime too soon. I should probably modify the scraper to be less destructive to HDDs. What it does now, which is basically no caching:
- check to see if files exist on disk and if they do don't download it since that hash/file has already been downloaded

I think that does too many reads and this would be better or does less reads and more memory operations (not disk operations):
- check a text file, sql database (*shudders*), or parquets thing that I heard that someone else was using; check to see if a file has already been downloaded or not, then . . .

Other solutions, maybe: ZFS with dedup on; IPFS
Time taken to pack previous month thanks to a log file that I kept (not sure, but I think I was also torrenting when creating this one, as I was with 2023-09):
>$ utc; 7z a -mx=0 $monthdir.zip $monthdir; utc
>Sun, 03 Sep 2023 07:30:20 +0000
>. . . 1 folder, 27133 files, 77557644395 bytes (73 GiB)
>Creating archive: 4chan_gif_2023_08.zip
>. . . Archive size: 77563427419 bytes (73 GiB)
>Everything is Ok
>Mon, 04 Sep 2023 04:10:13 +0000

As I understand, ordered from most destructive to least destructive to HDDs:
- write all files for all months, no de-duplication
- (what I am doing) only download not-previously-downloaded files, dedup by checking files on disk
- (what I will maybe do in the future) only download not-previously-downloaded files, dedup by checking files on listed in a file as having been already downloaded
Events in chronological order:
- last I checked, the torrent for 4chan_gif_2023_09.zip was 70% completed
- hours later I see that the computer "soft" crashed
- I restart computer, apply some updates
- I see that qBittorrent finished creating 4chan_gif_2023_09.zip.torrent; I think it finished, if it didn't I guess it would not have written that .torrent file at all
- open qBittorrent, a small window says "Loading torrents \ [Exit]"
- I click the "Exit" button due to realizing that two SSHFS mounts are probably gone after restarting
- qBittorrent not starting after clicking it and waiting for like an hour
- qBittorrent is borked now; if it starts up again I hope I don't have to check trillions of bytes (I hope that fast resume will work)
The problem now seems to be that qBittorrent does not work well with SSHFS. I didn't have to (re)check stuff. This newer version of qBittorrent can check something 50%, then crash, then when you open it again, it continues from that 50%; that is a nice update which wasn't the case about a year ago where it would have to restart (after 50% then crash) at 0% checked then work to 100%.
== Proudly Presenting ==

Full images of 4chan /gif/ - 2023-09:


^mirrored at


Anchor: >>1231730. Music for this release - MIDI version of "Stairway to Heaven" by Led Zeppelin:
I check.

Thank you blessed GIF archiver. Any update on 2023-05?
First I had to deal with some system instability issues. I was downloading 1 TB of 4chan /mlp/ images (from desuarchive and elsewhere):
The problem was that the computer would work for a while, downloading via qBittorrent, then some minutes later (less than an hour each time I think), it would crash/reboot. Possible causes of the problem, solutions:
- downloading to an SSHFS path, not doing this any more as I set the software and hardware to be more local
- electrical or power supply or battery issue, not fixed
- 15 TB from 3 ZFS HDDs being imported was a problem, not fixed (maybe) and only 2 zpools being imported works fine
- FUSE not being installed or working correctly (not sure if the zfs stuff I am using is fuse-based), I may have fixed this when I was dealing with mounting IPFS as a regular FS via FUSE and the problems and solutions I had there

Other things I was doing which take time (needed more free space):
1. rsync to free up space
2. SKIPPED this step, dammit, I forgot: saving metadata
3. Deleting off of src (keeping off-drive dest)
About step #2: meaning this - running stat on all of the files, lower time resolution timestamps are in the ZIP file though and maybe mtime is perfectly kept in dest to; however, some metadata like create/access/inode/whatever becomes lost (so not a big lose).
^That step #2 was skipped for the original "4chan_gif_2023_09" folder. Or did I skip it? Yeah, just checked again, I did skip it. Will try to not forget in the future.
Finished packing "4chan_gif_2023_05.zip":
>$ utc; 7z a -mx=0 $monthdir.zip $monthdir; utc
>Fri, 20 Oct 2023 03:26:11 +0000
>[...]7-Zip [64] 16.02 : Copyright (c) 1999-2016 Igor Pavlov : 2016-05-21
>[...]Scanning the drive:
>1 folder, 31191 files, 86381704682 bytes (81 GiB)
>[...]Creating archive: 4chan_gif_2023_05.zip
>[...]Items to compress: 31192
>[...]Files read from disk: 31191
>Archive size: 86388356074 bytes (81 GiB)
>Everything is Ok
>Sun, 22 Oct 2023 23:19:23 +0000
== Request fulfilled ==

Full images of 4chan /gif/ - 2023-05:


^mirrored at https://btcache.me/torrent/FD9E01E087296C74EDB5A5B8081C481CD21A38A4

Anchor: >>1231730. Music for this release - Balloons In My Basket PMV:
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>mentions groups RARBG and SPARKS (both disappeared or got in big legal trouble):
Releases are available, linked from the comments section of this funny/interesting video - "RARBG Has Been Shut Down":
>RARBG torrent archive

The swarm should look like this - stupid website because it doesn't show any infohash:
Gotta clear some space (move data) before making the zip file for 2023-10. Captcha: GAYWMK
File: 1699325903154610.webm (2.46 MB, 852x480)
2.46 MB
2.46 MB WEBM
2023-11-01 at hours 00 to 05: may have missed some images. Oh wait, never mind, I think those got saved into previous month.

Attached: random file
ul here failed
not sure how other people were actually locating files in these archives, so i wrote a browser script that generates linux copy commands to create folders from threads on archived.moe. as a bonus the copied files get their original ids and names (you can keep it as just hashes if you want). more info in the paste bin: https://pastebin.com/kV8FraKp

ive only tested a few threads, and i only have dled 2022-10 to 2022-12 so there might be some threads or archives that break it. post the thread ids that break it and i might get around to fixing it

thank you op for archiving /gif/. may /gap/ continue on

>>1258243 try this
it's probably worth including thread html that points at the included image files
Source storage history, somewhat accurate account:
* 2022-10 to 2023-06
** NTFS, /mnt/e
* 2023-07 to 2023-11, maybe
** ZFS, z4 (others=z3, z5)
* 2023-12 to after, maybe
** ZFS, one of z6, z7, z8 (all bought in 2023-09)

More info:
* status of z4=DEGRADED
** ran like 24/7 from 2023-06 to 2023-11 (now)
** has /gif/ 2023-10 (/gap/ one-year anniversary): hope nothing in that yet-to-be-released folder got corrupted
* status of z7=sometimes SUSPENDED
** even though it is basically brand new and barely used, wtf zfs or whatever?
* status of z8=ONLINE
** maybe use this
* status of z6=ONLINE
** no free space
* Initialize HDDs:
** https://ipfs.io/ipfs/bafybeiepoe2ylexnuw55liozlzlwginmtkeo2zfroltbp6aakt7ljc6guq

I talked to some /g/tards a while ago. They said something like "use fucking RAID" and "do all 4chan archives have zero redundancy?" My response: Bitch, give me money. I don't have infinite computing resources and free time to do this perfectly. I am often busy with other stuff, and I am not rich.
More on it's degraded status:
>$ sudo zpool status -v
> pool: z4
> state: DEGRADED
>status: One or more devices has experienced an error resulting in data corruption. Applications may be affected.
>action: Restore the file in question if possible. Otherwise restore the entire pool from backup.
> see: https://openzfs.github.io/openzfs-docs/msg/ZFS-8000-8A
> scan: scrub in progress since Sun Nov 12 00:24:02 2023
> 4.10T scanned at 10.3M/s, 3.91T issued at 73.7K/s, 4.15T total
> 0B repaired, 94.24% done, no estimated completion time
> z4 DEGRADED 0 0 0
> usb-WD_easystore_266A_575831324432323955413156-0:0 DEGRADED 0 0 0 too many errors
>\ errors: Permanent errors have been detected in the following files:
>\ /z4/a/mlpeg.fandom.com/warc/mlpeg.fandom.com-pl-2021-01-29-420455a6-00002.warc.gz
> pool: z8
> state: ONLINE
> scan: scrub repaired 0B in 4 days 04:04:36 with 0 errors on Thu Nov 16 04:29:57 2023
> z8 ONLINE 0 0 0
> sdd1 ONLINE 0 0 0
>\ errors: No known data errors

That WARC file is part of this torrent that I made and no one downloaded; I might have a backup of it:

It's a copy of part of the horribly deletionist and otherwise shitty website fandom.com (formerly wikia.com).
even though this is porn, based and good work
Slowdown and degradation of /z4/ means that I am probably going to switch it out today. BTW, I kinda like this track - "Ken Ashcorp - 20 Percent Cooler.mp3" - which I downloaded during/before the Google Drive mass deletion (picrel).
>I might have a backup of it
Or not. I thought it might remain in HTTP somewhere, but based on what I have seen recently, probably not.
2023-11-08 hours 04 to 09: something was offline, so some files weren't downloaded. I can up the page range so this is less likely to happen again. Attached video=porn; I wonder if there's a mare sex doll.
>Ken Ashcorp - 20 Percent Cooler
10 million views:

2023-11-10 hour ~04: "fix_script" ran, maybe got the previously missed files.
- checked log of all hours of 2023-11
- cron.sh: upped page range by 2
- running fix script

Probably mostly pornography, but a significant chunk of it is non-porn.

"Bring out the Bacardi! Twilight Sparkle up in the party!"
Any update?
- got sick of 4chan after an update to the system: posting restrictions discriminating by the technology that a user is using
- protested, got banned,[1] left for like 25 days. Oh and 4chan is captcha town anyways, so I hope to post less here.
- A HDD of mine died, most of the data on it was basically not lost. I rsynced like 95% of unreleased /gif/ to a different HDD before then; multiple days of posts from /gif/ likely lost. I definitely have more experience, so in the future data loss from HDD failure should be less likely from me.

[1] after solving Google recaptcha at https://4chan.org/banned ->
>You were banned from all boards for posting [link to post], a violation of Global Rule 5:
>All boards on 4channel.org are to be considered "work safe". Violators may be temporarily banned and their posts removed. Note: Spoilered pornography or other "not safe for work" content is NOT allowed.
>Your ban was filed on December 5th, 2023 and expired on December 8th, 2023 at 17:07 ET. The name you were posting with was Anonymous.
towers fell at near-free-fall speed bump. file from unreleased /gif/
this.can we get some premature collection
Probably going to buy more HDDs soon. Expect releases sometime after that. "If one does not flow with the moving water in the river, one will get crushed in the rapids." --Sun Tzu, just kidding, I made up that quote today
props to you guys for doing all this

If I only care about specific threads, is there a way to selectively download the images only from those threads?

or how much space would it take to download each of these >>1231733 if I just wanted to do that, then keep the few images and delete the rest?

I imagine it's like dozens or hundreds of gigabytes if not terabytes and I don't have space for that
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Ju-ba The Iraqi sniper video

They are zip and tar files. So you have to unpack a whole month to get to the files. Then how you find the a specific file has been talked about a bit earlier, just search for hash and you should find the relevant posts. The sizes varies month for month.
2022_10 - 137,28 GiB
2022_11 - 105,23 GiB
2022_12 - 91,67 GiB
2023_01 - 102,25 GiB
2023_02 - 81,61 GiB
2023_03 - 84,03 GiB
2023_04 - 79,66 GiB
2023_05 - 80,45 GiB
2023_06 - 67,71 GiB
2023_07 - 73,44 GiB
2023_08 - 72,23 GiB
2023_09 - 66,02 GiB
Hundreds of dollars later, I now have more hard disk drives. First files on one of them:

The physical labels on two of them said "2022", but the timestamp of files in one of the 2022 ones says this:
> File: /media/[root]/Install Western Digitasl Software for Mac.dmg[...]Modify: 2023-10-10 09:15:08.1794599[...]
> File: /media/[root]/Install Western Digitsal Software for Windows.exe[...]Modify: 2023-10-10 09:15:48.603842900[...]
> File: /media/[root]/System Volume Information/WPSettings.dat[...]Modify: 2023-11-04 02:05:58.492828700 [...]
So it's like someone put them on the store's shelf in 2022, then took them off in 2023 to replace whatever default files were on there. I could see more info with smartctl, but I don't feel like it.

Initialize HDDs:
>Install Western Digitasl Software for Mac
>Install Western Digitsal Software for Windows
Fucking retards can't even spell their brand name correctly. No wonder these HDDs suck so much (perhaps they're still better than Seagate though). I'd make a compressed disk image of that basically empty 5TB HDD, but again, don't really feel like it. For now:
* default files: https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/bafybeib4an7if3hivcpwadngv22w2hbrrkefjerxbohiqe7fajo2ui3mha

Older drive (not any that I bought in 2024):
* "Retail disk image of WD Easystore 266A (5TB external HDD)": ipfs://bafybeigr7mfyfx5i7fva2idzrlbn6scznxdfzixzjo6tgae2u73mlqie5a
** dumped in 2022-11, ZST-compressed=151 MB, uncompressed=5,000,947,302,400 bytes (5 TB), compression ratio=31,715B:1B
** created by "sudo cat /dev/sdf | zstd -v --sparse - -o sparse.zst"
>$ sudo smartctl -a /dev/sdd
basically said:
>Raw_Read_Error_Rate: 0
>Spin_Up_Time: 0
>Reallocated_Sector_Ct: 0
>Current_Pending_Sector: 0
>Power_On_Hours: 0
>( Start_Stop_Count: 5 [I've seen 3 or 4 before at the start]
>Power_Cycle_Count: 3
>Load_Cycle_Count: 11 [I've seen 5 to 7 before at the start]
>Temperature_Celsius: 30 )
>$ TZ=UTC sudo smartctl -t long /dev/sdd
>$ # ~10 minutes later
>$ sudo smartctl -a /dev/sdd | tail
basically said:
>Extended offline: Completed without error
>LifeTime(hours): 1
So the medium isn't bad at the start. Some info from smartctl may indicate the aforementioned "files were replaced" idea; however, I guess hdparm ( https://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man8/hdparm.8.html ) can change those numbers, so maybe that doesn't mean much.

>compression ratio=31,715B:1B
That's a ratio of about 99.997%.
>Initialize HDDs
>text file at ipfs://bafkreieph4l5pkclzd3ocrdaervmnv5n4kxemobjul2jqv63zk3j3smnbu
Maybe the better way is this:
>$ # do the previous steps then:
>$ sudo fdisk /dev/sdd # show partitions, delete NTFS, write to disk = p, d, w
>$ sudo fdisk /dev/sdd # new partition = n. "Partition #1 contains a ntfs signature." = delete it. Make a new partition covering everything
>$ sudo zpool create z9 /dev/sdd1 # make a zpool
>$ sudo chown ubuntu /z9 # normal user permissions
>$ # run both of the following commands 3 times to see that it can be imported/exported 3 times with no problems:
>$ sudo zpool export z9
>$ sudo zpool import z9

>not going to spend hours/days creating a disk image
A "ZST-compressed ISO file" would be best, but I'm not doing that so here's the metadata ("next best thing"):
and there's not an archive for October, November, December, or January yet?
Finished checking the log for each hour of 2023-01: only thing that really stood out to me was that something was offline for too long at the end of 2023-01 and the start of 2023-02. Todo: move to month folder, make new test folder; do stuff with 2023-10 and after folders.

I guess I will release 2023-10 and maybe after in the next day(s).

I told cloudflre I was a human then typed six digits "TTSY82"
File: tY08SH1xm-LCEuFIAMEgiQ.webm (2 MB, 1000x1778)
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*each hour of 2024-01: only thing that really stood out to me was that something was offline for too long at the end of 2024-01 and the start of 2024-02

>move to month folder, make new test folder
done. todo: stuff with folder 2023-10 and folders after that.
Added a step to "howto.txt":
If you have a HDD working all of the time, reading/writing constantly for months straight, do not use it for more than 4,000 hours (about 7 months). Check Power_On_Hours:
$ sudo smartctl -a /dev/sdx

One of my HDDs has been on/working for 1581 hours. A HDD can die at around 4,390 hours of being used constantly. 380 hours is about 15 days, so maybe don't even use it more than 3000 or 3500 hours.

Attached video:
- what looks like a My Little Pony plushie with a cutie mark
- a woman becomes pregnant, probably to give birth to one or more white babies
- version with audio: https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/QmNerWbZzCc6JA1hbhwHDvhaqesqWNhmmjLey9aKsyQig6
Hope to put those blocks back online sometime this month. For now - "Enter Sandman" by Metallica:
- original: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CD-E-LDc384
- keygen music version: https://milki.org/cerberus/Cerberus%20-%20Open%20DVD%20Cloner%202013%2010.x%20crk.mod.mp3

>HDD wear
For what it's worth, a ~3700-hours HDD could touch 391,654 files in about 37 minutes:
>1696155678.5954638410 Sun 01 Oct 2023 10:21:18 AM UTC $f
>1696157897.8335446380 Sun 01 Oct 2023 10:58:17 AM UTC $f
said HDD died ~weeks ago at about 4,390 hours of usage (bad clicking).

A 1581-hours HDD could write about the same amount of files in like 5 minutes:

for /gif/ 2023-10 I think I'm on step 10 out 30.
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*step 10 out of 30

I was watching some videos recently (this also works with ctrl+c on mpv):
>$ cp /path/to/4chan.org/gif/4chan_gif_2024_01/$h ./$h; mpv ./$h; read -p "delete?: " n; if [ "y" == "$(echo $n)" ]; then rm /tmp/a/*; fi
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>First files on one of them + metadata:
First data+metadata on next untouched-by-me HDD (also has spelling mistakes):
- I added file "ntfsmeta.txt" to contain the metadata
- some files are the same with the other HDD

I'm now on step 24.
can you post the ones from 2021-2022, can't find the previous thread anywhere
thats hot but I never figured out something. Who decided womens sports should be performed in skimpy little bikinis? and when?
Cuz its awesome but I kinda missed the slow transformation when I gave up TV.
Thanks to everyone who seeds these! Be careful with an always-working HDD though, they die very quickly. See above posts.

still on that step, not that it takes long, just haven't got around to it

I never had 2021. No one really ever shared anything pre-2022-10 as far as I know.

All I have from that year is
- 2022-10, when I started
- 2022-11
- 2022-12

For those 3 months, see >>1231733.
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I have a brand new "16.4T" HDD. Original files on it plus "ntfsmeta.txt":

It softly but clearly clicks or makes a bumping sound about every 3 to 4 seconds. Sometimes more frequently. The sound is clearly audible if you are sitting next to it. Somewhat like if you lightly tapped your knuckle on a flat wooden table. Update: if I lift it up and hold it in the air it basically doesn't make that noise, it only makes the same vibration every 3-4 seconds. So it's that relatively powerful vibration plus the surface it is sitting on which makes that noise. I'm hoping that this doesn't indicate a problem. Update 2: It's now making a "brrt" sound every 3 or 4 seconds. Haha, hard drive go brrrrrr. captcha: D0NTG8
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So two sounds: bumping/clicking and brrt. Now it's back to "bumping". At sometime near 2024-02-10 15:20:04 UTC I made a one-minute video recording that bumping sound. I didn't record the brrt sound. GIF: disgusting roastie.
update 3: I ran a smartctl long test ("TZ=UTC sudo smartctl -t long /dev/sde") then at the start of the test it made a whirring noise, then a grinding noise, for a total of maybe one minute. Now, it's back to making a bumping noise only (can also be called a thumping noise), seemingly not as frequently.
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When I first plugged in the power supply to that HDD it sparked sizeably at the outlet (no noise from the spark). I don't think this is a problem, because when you plug stuff into a wall it sometimes sparks. Also the "box" part of the power cord should handle that. It powered down like 30 minutes into the 1-hour-long smartctl test. SMART Self-test log says that the first Extended offline test Status="Aborted by host". Maybe I can change the power-down settings with hdparm. This matters since I spent hundreds of dollars on this HDD.

If I don't research or talk to anyone about this, I'd be like the Joker, setting cash on fire. Don't like what I'm hearing, but maybe it's all normal=Cope. From /gif/:
* Stupid/cringe meme, maybe he's being ironic: https://files.catbox.moe/rg5bc6.webm
** which is also at -w zykja3YWrv_Lv1F2RSYpjA.webm: ipfs://QmeX5GG8SrN9sNtVyMw25DuLoxqxX2pHWukG5TG9Xa6cnt
* LOL Batman: https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/QmYmcSNyc4NWKf9SuvAU67JgX3DviSYsdEg8egB5fFiNQK

Can't post those files here because they have audio, so here's one with no audio.
File: DJlCKHmm1Qf7OWxMCbmErw.gif (1.91 MB, 412x304)
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>Warning: Overly aggressive power management can reduce the lifespan of hard drives due to frequent parking and spindowns.
>[other helpful information, such as:]
> -S ; Set the standby (spindown) timeout for the drive. The timeout specifies how long to wait in idle (with no disk activity) before turning off the motor to save power. The value of 0 disables spindown, the values from 1 to 240 specify multiples of 5 seconds and values from 241 to 251 specify multiples of 30 minutes.
> Current values of -S cannot be queried.
> -M ; Set the Automatic Acoustic Management feature. Most modern hard disk drives have the ability to speed down the head movements to reduce their noise output. The possible value depends on the disk, some disks may not support this feature.
If it has that -M feature, I guess I could make it quieter, but slower.

Advanced Power Management feature = disabled by default:
>$ sudo hdparm -B /dev/sde
>\ /dev/sde:
> APM_level = off

I set it to never standby (-S 241 = spindown after 30 minutes, I think):
>$ sudo hdparm -S 0 /dev/sde
>\ /dev/sde:
> setting standby to 0 (off)
>SG_IO: bad/missing sense data, sb[]: f0 00 01 00 50 00 00 0a 80 00 00 00 00 1d 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
>$ # which means what?
>$ sudo apt install sg3-utils
>$ sg_decode_sense f0 00 01 00 50 00 00 0a 80 00 00 00 00 1d 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
>Fixed format, current; Sense key: Recovered Error
>Additional sense: ATA pass through information available
> error=0x0, status=0x50, device=0x0, count(7:0)=0x0
> extend=1, log_index=0x0, lba_high,mid,low(7:0)=0x0,0x0,0x0
sg_decode_sense is more understandable than those numbers from hdparm, but still not very understandable. Oh, and -S 0 it still spundown. So I guess I'll be an idiot and not bother with a proper smartctl test (like a non-long test).
>GIF from /gif/
That MD5-Base64 filename looks like "DICK..."
>and -S 0 it still spundown
*and with -S 0 it still spundown

I could change the -B options, but don't feel like it. Maybe I will just trust this HDD, and if it screws me unexpectedly, then I dunno, guess I'll quit forever lul.
Apparently some/all of those sounds are normal, based on stuff I have read such as https://community.wd.com/t/easystore-8tb-makes-thumping-noise/261528 and the pages linked and so forth. The AC->DC converter power cord is plugged into an outlet extension strip.

Looks like hdparm -S 0 only took effect after restarting the computer. I suspect to put it back to the default settings (-S [non-zero]) I would also have to restart the computer.

After the smartctl long test finishes, I guess I will focus on other things and not worry about getting totally screwed by WD.
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Interesting video from /gif/ - Hero's fight against tyrannical faggot government's laws:
- https://files.catbox.moe/m6fz1t.webm
- original filename: https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/Qmf7QQpEmY1PAjjLqKgpuTWPw8tNfQRmH42G69oNSsghiH
>My lawyer just called and asked if I was ready for court tomorrow. I said "Hell yeah, I ain't going." See I've been spending the last six months booby trapping my entire 500 acres. [...] I got about 120 coyotes that I trained to bite anything with a crew cut and a fucking badge. I flew and old Vietnamese man out here, and he helped me dig about 12 miles worth of underground tunnels. [...]

Two times now it's said that the smartctl long test would take like 48 hours. It could complete and not spindown thanks to hdparm, but for other reasons, I'm not going to do that. Will run a short test if I can or maybe the long test sometime in the future.
*I flew an old

>I have 450 cameras I've rigged to solar panels all around this motherfucker. I got a Bengal tiger locked in my bathroom who would fucking kill for a pork chop right now.
captcha: XMAN2
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On step 28 now. Things:
1. Was creating the ZIP file via "utc; 7z u -mx=0 $monthdir.zip $monthdir; utc; utc > done.txt" then at 9x% done (thinking ~97% done) my computer crashed and rebooted
2. Ran "utc; 7z u -mx=0 $monthdir.zip $monthdir; utc; utc > done.txt" to try to update the ZIP with files that weren't added to it
3. Found the last instance of a "start of file" in the ZIP via tail on the last ~5MB + xxd + vim, counted the bytes from end of file to last instance of PK.
4. Truncated and checked the tail bytes in large increments then progressively smaller increments until last start of file to the end was deleted. Last commands were as follows; I did this so the file at the end of the ZIP would be a complete one:
>$ truncate -s $(expr $(stat --format=%s ./4chan.org/gif/4chan_gif_2023_10.zip) - 3) ./4chan.org/gif/4chan_gif_2023_10.zip
>$ tail --bytes=10 ./4chan.org/gif/4chan_gif_2023_10.zip | xxd
5. Then command specified in #2 finished, but didn't do what I wanted. Errors: "Unexpected end of archive\WARNINGS:\There are data after the end of archive\Physical Size = 72579765719\Tail Size = 10562347". (BTW, "7z l $f" = "Test integrity of archive")
6. Now: reparing the file via "rar r 4chan_gif_2023_10.zip" (https://ss64.com/bash/rar.html - which is maybe proprietary software). 7z didn't like that the .zip was missing a central directory record at the end.
7. Future: run "7z u ..." again (current=72569203372 bytes=68 GiB -> 69 GiB=the full size); do the last ~2 steps. captcha: RDS4RN
*Was creating the ZIP file via "utc; 7z a
*last instance of PK\3\4

captcha: 0YHAX
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Some videos of interest from 4chan_gif_2023_10/:

cyclists, original animation, funny - the music at the end is "6 Underground" by Sneaker Pimps:
(-w "SksjYT0A5Rt6u3or_1ls3g.webm")

butt, cosplay, photo > SH7uCehv_aoJDgpE7maMKQ.webm
vagina, attached, photo > SHflrH3bEfBMq6Yef8toHA.webm
blowjob, girl, penis > SREEFyDaLtN4ziw3LmuxFQ.webm
music, photo, human > SUGR9-2GGhyKiRUCwOHSJQ.webm
meme, ?, text > SYXdjDmuH31TR08nmkn0Bg.webm
boobs, photo, nipples > Sa_6mQuzSiAJSXcAfk-mEQ.webm
anal, sex toy, penis > SbQW3R6ztFCPx_htycbCyw.webm
stupid, nig, photo > SkcJMGyqc4XrMajaxylEZw.webm
>$ rar r 4chan_gif_2023_10.zip
This was pretty much useless to me. I thought it could build the central directory structure based on what it saw in the file. Instead, it told me some things I already knew and split out some binary data right in the stdout. That command took too long or never finished. Unfortunately, I think I will have to rewrite the entire 68 GiB (plus 1 GiB not written before). (So that's multiple 68-GiB reads and one 68-GiB write wasted.)

tits > ICED33xpzwChIl4QY8eLJw.webm
paizuri > IChSWxM7rhJl9JugmwK5Yg.webm
propaganda > ICpHi7qgUxBj1E9exeHS8Q.gif
Jackie Chan > IGhMu-RlqDTzMrp_M3Fnmg.webm
Jews did WTC > IKYtIaP0TekIkcHPFZVohw.webm
== Proudly Presenting (1-year milestone) ==

Full images of 4chan /gif/ - 2023-10:


^mirrored at


Anchor: >>1231730. Music for this release - "Tetris in the Key of Pony" by rspectcopyrightmyass:
Getting closer to putting preparations for 4chan /gif/ 2023-11 into the "workload rotation".
What I'm doing: making new month folder and stuff (2024-02, 2024-03); I do at around the start of each month so the files are segmented by month. Something was offline for too long in this range of time:
2024-02-29 23 and
2024-03-01 00 to
2024-03-02 04

Mismatch: file "pIimvOegOoGAKOhQQMfNfA" from 2024-02-27 04 (said to be >1MB I think, on-disk=72 KiB) and maybe other files from that hour; MD5 of that file: text "pIimvOegOoGAKOhQQMfNfA" decodes to
and md5sum of that file is
due to partially downloading it. Attached file is
>dc78a6d5b0bb71e2aa2e205a5e2920ed from $ echo 3Him1bC7ceKqLiBaXikg7Q | base64 -d - 2>/dev/null | xxd -p
>dc78a6d5b0bb71e2aa2e205a5e2920ed from $ md5sum 3Him1bC7ceKqLiBaXikg7Q
Like 99.5% of the files were not partially downloaded. (Some other file: "drOnY9S2DktdizKjubYLmQ".)
*I do that at around the start of each month

pIimvOegOoGAKOhQQMfNfA rt news, photo, has audio, indoors
drOnY9S2DktdizKjubYLmQ photo, has audio, indoors, porn, penis, anal, ass
For 4chan_gif_2023_11, I'm on step 10 out of 31 (older download logs are at a path like "./4chan.org/gif/cronlog2.txt.gz.old-2023-12-02"). Todo - changes to howto.txt:

because web3.storage is overly-walled now:
>- Add .torrent file "$basepath/$monthdir.tar.torrent" to HTTP and IPFS, e.g., via catbox.moe and w3s
>- Add .torrent file "$basepath/$monthdir.tar.torrent" to HTTP and IPFS, e.g., via catbox.moe and Filebase

If vim isn't $EDITOR or whatever:
>$ crontab -e
>ctrl+t ctrl+z
>ps aux | grep nano
>shows a path like "/tmp/crontab.252kH6/crontab"


Mysterious last line in "4chan_gif_2023_11_empty.txt":
>1701505202.3794328080 Sat 02 Dec 2023 08:20:02 AM UTC ./ueSfOKz2RZVeOVwGHNnPPA
>1701547501.3138351470 Sat 02 Dec 2023 08:05:01 PM UTC ./4ipZ3AzbVP3OG2Z8wwl7mQ
>1702412262.4382460120 Tue 12 Dec 2023 08:17:42 PM UTC ./.xNxuk7UY0Mt3RO1nSP2EYA.WCWKTI


/gap/ has tens or hundreds of gigabytes of decentralized porn. Here's some more:
-> copied to ->
(I copied the first block of /ipfs/QmPfg6zxirCHm36hD775u41XsasDxbttMwspWaEUN2LbXa to a separate file, but oddly that 256K file QmNvR9qXDH1NtFT2JKrZhdQyZHCrnDr5iyfZr3tVHmHpJZ.mp4 didn't play with error "[ffmpeg/demuxer] mov,mp4,m4a,3gp,3g2,mj2: moov atom not found". Of course the full file and everything else works. Maybe the MP4 format is like the ZIP file format, where important data is at the very end of the file.)
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>todo updates

>IA item 2-5264865800149272569
Coomers rising:

I think that shows explosions or an earthquake.

Some files:
gmFbyNAFkKjZP0qNRrixxg.webm has audio, Texas fires, conspiracy?
BfciVIrYjEofZIRQtEl8aQ.webm has audio, bad Indian electrical engineering
--jxW08PLz8YvCoLWYlI_w.webm has audio, explosion, day
lw0kQIVWrzk5kndwFT7LXw.webm has audio, South Park, talent agent, "funny joke my grandpa told me"
File: j5htxO4XApER39KxcAvidA.webm (1.47 MB, 720x1280)
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1.47 MB WEBM
>didn't play with error
feel like rewording this:
>didn't play; it had error

Other file:
IffLbncBBgrCmprKobQaZw.webm has audio, music, jojo, anime

Attached file - get a load of this filly:
j5htxO4XApER39KxcAvidA.webm nicole pony xo

For/similar to /gif/ rekt thread:
-> copied to ->
doing lords work
== Proudly Presenting ==

Full images of 4chan /gif/ - 2023-11:


^mirrored at


Anchor: >>1231730. Music for this release - "/jp/ Themesong 2" by Anonymous:
I added this IA-autogenerated torrent about one year ago. It was stuck at 99.9% until today. So IA jerked me around for about 11 months until finally giving me the last 0.1% of it.
It's interesting to think about longevity in regards to these type of torrents (or torrents in general). /gap/ is specifically about Futaba-style imageboard video files. Here's an example of some imageboard website raws that are still alive, even after more than a decade (total size = ~100 GB):

They contain the image files from www.ponibooru.org, an imageboard website which shut down in 2012. "End of an area" webpage which linked to those torrents:

This other IA-autogenerated one was added in 2023-06 and is still stuck at 99.9%:
For both of those torrents I completely have all of the files locally and remotely, but due to weirdness with ia_make_torrent or whatever, I was/am missing the last torrent piece (the last 0.1%).
*End of an era
- I moved all /gif/ archive files from about a year or more ago into an offline HDD.
- I'm closer to working on 4chan_gif_2023_12.

Some videos:
4chan_gif_2023_10/-341ild8rgHtCCE1hTINzw.webm - Iron Dome=fake
4chan_gif_2023_10/-Qgp1a6ArjyxwdzwH1W1Bw.webm - Iron Dome=fake
4chan_gif_2023_10/-TPkk9HcrC1Egggt2VffMw.webm - JIDF
4chan_gif_2023_10/-6zp5puVTcz2XOsivgD_ag.webm - pain, hospital, not sure what happened here, homosexuality gone wrong?
4chan_gif_2023_10/-D5IiTYH2Rm9Y0fBvdBwcg.webm - race, politics, liberals, riots
4chan_gif_2023_10/-In2Dz9TooS6mQ2_qCHhTw.webm - race, politics, chudy, music video, kikes, hang commies
can someone upload webm with hash wT4C3e9/zE/dMe7Wpf++Qg== from november of 2023 to litterbox?
I went to
and saw that Cuckflare niggershit captcha.

After that, archived.moe said "Whoops, looks like something went wrong."

I CAN'T WAIT to rewrite the downloader to pull from 4chan.org instead (sarcasm).
Here's wT4C3e9_zE_dMe7Wpf--Qg.webm:
- Inodes used: 9
- First thought: pregnant ho. Second thought: inflation
This last month (2024-03) = worst performance from archived.moe /gif/ so far:
- Offline for 6 days! From 2024-03-16 hour 20 to 2024-03-23 hour 17 (7-day span)
- Offline for 1 or 2 days in 2024-03-12
- Offline for 3 days so far. From 2024-03-30 hour 17 to now, which is 2024-04-02. Will it ever work again!??!!

Missing days as a result of this. I have cron200.sh to fix for this, but that's not enough. Script cron200.sh would work if I checked the logs more often than once per month at the end of each month. Need an automated thing instead (assuming archived.moe /gif/ comes back): if cron.sh sees that the folder hasn't been written to in 36000 or more seconds then run "cron200.sh". 36000 = 10 hours and 72000 seconds = 20 hours. I could calculate last write time based on unix times of the folder and the current time.

Current Unix time: $ date +%s
Example mtime of folder: $ stat --format=%Y dir
Convert Unix time to UTC time = IDK, so here's the other way around: $ date -d "2024-04-02T13:37:00.536419346Z" +%s

It would be $currenttime minus $lastfolderwritetime. Example: $ expr 1712065072 - 1712064859
2024-03 = missing 8 or 9 days out of 31 days total.
I'm on step 11 out of 31 for 4chan_gif_2023_12
No longer has
>Whoops, looks like something went wrong.
but still has this crap
>Verifying you are human. This may take a few seconds.
example: https://web.archive.org/web/20240320075059/https://archived.moe/gif/

archived.moe = retarded walled garden now. Maybe I will never download all of the surviving 4chan /gif/ HTML/JSON posts from webpages or API now due to this limitation.

on step 23 out of 31

Here's a video about what could happen if you drink and drive, or otherwise get in a bad car accident. Don't watch it if you dislike the sight of blood and gore.
step 28/31 now

more gore/rekt - fell asleep due to drugs?
== Proudly Presenting ==

Full images of 4chan /gif/ - 2023-12:


^mirrored at


Anchor: >>1231730. Music for this release - "PMV - Loyalty":
I'm on step 10/31 for 4chan_gif_2024_01. Also, I somewhat improved the howto.txt file. HDD Power_On_Hours as of 2024-04-04 = 1558.

(Comparing 4chan_gif_2023_12.zip and 4chan_gif_2023_11.zip, a complete copy of 4chan_gif_2023_12 was provide much faster than one for the other one was. Time taken to create file 4chan_gif_2023_12.zip.torrent = 2024-04-04 07:38:10 Z to 2024-04-04 08:44:58 Z)
*an initial complete copy

Now on step 23/31.
Of interest to /gif/: I was watching this documentary titled "India: The Worst Country on Earth"; it describes and shows how India and many Indians are gross:
- magnet:?xt=urn:btih:ea2924d4e2b4225af68c0b161c1b61b85e96e097
- trackers: https://dweb.link/ipfs/QmeYThGfmvP6Pwb8pdc5BqY38PmBBgej723mFg3xbop2xs
- 4.6G file: https://player.odycdn.com/v6/streams/90d059a10a4b8d6c19ae58d805696691fdd6c3e6/83af03.mp4

On step 28/31
== Proudly Presenting ==

Full images of 4chan /gif/ - 2024-01:


^mirrored at


Anchor: >>1231730. Music for this release - "PMV - Summer Sun Celebration" (commemorating the total solar eclipse of 2024-04-08 GMT):
File: files.catbox.moe-e3xjpn.png (976 KB, 1334x750)
976 KB
976 KB PNG
Both "Blocked":
But the bare CID works without modification (gives you the actual data instead of 7-byte plain text "Blocked") in that gateway:
1750 = HDD Power_On_Hours as of 2024-04-12 (1558 + (24*8)).

An initial 100% upload of "4chan_gif_2024_01.zip" was completed at around hour 12 of 2024-04-12 UTC. Torrent 4chan_gif_2024_01.zip uses a webseed URL which is something of an "upload as you go" link, so that data wasn't 100% uploaded to that website before posting that magnet link. That webseed link does refer to the entire file though (which temporarily/partially exists in whatever HTTP gateway). Other observation regarding that - breakdown of when 4chan_gif_2024_01 was initially uploaded to 59.4%:
- 18.9% uploaded by a normal peer
- 81.1% uploaded by an IPFS gateway peer (webseed)

(When doing this calculation I felt something of an appreciation for basic math, like a simple elegance to it. How do you find what percent one number is of another number? If it's [smaller number]/[larger number], then the ratio is less than 1 or less than one of the full/larger number. Then multiply by 100, which moves the decimal/period twice, and you get the percent. 5/10 = 0.5 -> 50%. 89/350 = 0.25 -> 25%. 54548/900111 -> 6%.) Other observation - days ago I was using QTerminal or Konsole (update: not Konsole because it doesn't do that). I middle clicked on tabs which closed them; "middle click"=click the left and right mouse/trackpad buttons at the same time. I accidentally closed multiple tabs (like 3 of them), hope to not do that again.
Mathematics enjoyer: "Look at these fun numbers and ideas and thoughts. Sometimes it's like a puzzle." "I'll try to work out the answer to that question in my head." "Ah yes, what does sine, cosine, and tangent really mean?"

Mathematics consoomer: "Fuck! I gotta memorize these equations and tautologies and stuff for Math class! I dread Calculus after barely passing Trigonometry class."
I should be able to work on 4chan_gif_2024_02 today or soon.

Updates - Deleted step #18; Added a step (at #28), which says:
>For local redundancy, you should copy the ZIP file into IPFS (preferably in a different HDD) then pin the folder. In the following example, the folder contains this file -- ipfs://QmRkB3g4oWPZPiiK9P3EiUVTPxoS3JfvVQNiEY7tY6pRmx -- and you can add that as a webseed URL (use an HTTP gateway link) for the .torrent after or while seeding the IPFS data for some amount of time.
>$ ipfs add -wrH --raw-leaves --chunker=size-1048576 4chan_gif_2024_01.zip # ipfs://QmdGaWZSrXqhB5RD5ViGW8rpLk57CE4LE11kiWtq852ueR
(Duration in which qBittorrent created "4chan_gif_2024_01.zip.torrent", start to finish: 2024-04-09 09:54:05 UTC to 2024-04-09 10:30:20.104904065 UTC which is the mtime.)
== Proudly Presenting ==

Full images of 4chan /gif/ - 2024-02:


^mirrored at


Anchor: >>1231730. Music for this release - "Friendship is Magic (MLP: FIM opening theme) [full song]":
Today is the start of a new month, and I am past deadline more than I would like to be. State of things:
- 4chan_gif_2024_03 = missing half or most of the month; see >>1298987
- 4chan_gif_2024_04 = missing about all of this month

Why am I missing 2024-04 (and a big part of 2024-03)? Basically, blame archived.moe for becoming more of a walled garden; the search feature for all boards (or just /gif/) in archived.moe has essentially been disabled. (You have to solve a captcha each time you want to use that website's search feature.) Let this missing month be a testament to archived.moe's stupidity or the truth that it has become worse. Other things to blame:
- Me for being lazy
- Certain 4chan users who are cunts/annoying
- Certain 4chan system updates which I dislike

So basically, crap + crap + crap = I didn't feel like rewriting the downloader. (Also "burn out".) These reasons might be called excuses. I guess I will soon reprogram this shit to download files and/or threads from boards.4chan.org/gif/ - until that too ends up with Cuckflare captcha.
== Presenting ==

Full images of 4chan /gif/ - 2024-03:


^mirrored at


Anchor: >>1231730. Music for this release - "Pony Waifu Cover (Feat. Feather)":
Lyrics at dumb.ducks.party: https://archive.is/VRtZg

I don't entirely like the end segment of this "Pony Waifu" cover. Similarly, I don't entirely like the end segment of this /gif/ release because 4chan_gif_2024_03 is missing the last like 8 days of the month (due to archived.moe becoming worse) and is only ~44 GB from 15,784 files.
In 5 May 2024 UTC I rewrote the downloader; the .sh file in http and ipfs:

Power_On_Hours = 2213 as of 2024-05-01 20:50:09.256773757 UTC

- .torrent file creation start = 2024-04-14 23:22:44 UTC
- .torrent file creation done = 2024-04-15 00:24:56 UTC

- .torrent file creation start = 2024-05-03 19:09:26 UTC
- .torrent file creation done = 2024-05-03 19:21:31 UTC
- local redundancy step not done
>Replies (bump limit reached) = 300
So the fact that this thread has multiple sage posts doesn't matter. 300 replies, no matter which amount of them are bump posts or sage posts, results in the bump limit being reached in /t/.
Can't post video with audio in /t/. Here's some videos from a /gif/ ZIP - has audio:
https://cloudflare-ipfs.com/ipfs/QmbTmJJdJe3ih8rfcDpWU75zoE7582dQotzedqBYz8ppTb - Norway road rage
https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/QmSVQBAsW6EQyPGxWtRUdDbhdohspTGUE9cqxA2AkqG46V - sexy girl, cosplay of Uravity from "My Hero Academia" I think
https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/QmbsKy1TsyJ83rWdV9FTbmAE8HUB1nAoX1n5V9W3v3d7wQ - dumb bitch, Twitch steamer, fire, indoors
https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/QmamjSjoHcDWD6tD8UEiPuahs4bAR34sDEjxmQpK2w1jk2 - ai voice, harry potter, Professor Snape used Polyjuice potion to become a tranny in the past or something
https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/QmTJ1r7TNSQvvcqCa5BVQtcFP1dJyYvhGRNHueRgieL6wh - old woman got kicked
https://cloudflare-ipfs.com/ipfs/QmQdjC76LTGAUTx4w1b6CzjYsiTGc9TpxatPAoFUzM8wmk - has audio, shemale, long penis
https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/bafkreiau7nybh5vfqc6zprjoata4lm7oumerb6spvgjp425ejc7e2eoade - trap/shemale, ass
https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/QmPw1DyHN3H4uWEG3FpfnvbxXqWNHCK9P6DGwy54dnvxJC - shemale, anal
https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/QmR76SjWsEJQNaipFFFKBCviugPxEnYvFTE1aYhGCV7sxA - shemale, low-angle view

That dumb bitch is such a dumb bitch in that video. She is an adult woman but acting like a child: failure to quickly think through a bad situation and do a basic task.
has audio:
https://cloudflare-ipfs.com/ipfs/QmVFub65wYJXL5puu9bwBTWBhz6ahywX9QfygKaxhWJnsA - fast coom
https://cloudflare-ipfs.com/ipfs/QmQEZs41EL42EMarm5Gq7DDFwoETJHKjtTbZaaWFhom48B - angry, store, shoes
Spiders everywhere, long webs
I made a bit of a mistake by manually running the new cron.sh. I should have thought more before doing that. I was wondering why it didn't run already as it was older than 86,400s. What I realized afterwards: link set has to be both older than 86,400 and the start of the nearest hour. Times:
- 1715029224 # start of most recent hour
- 1714943299 # last link get
- 86400 # seconds diff
- 85925 # diff link get and start of most... (1715029224 - 1714943299)
- 86973 # seconds past "seconds diff" but not yet at a nearest hour to run the crontab

Video where a car drives into a backyard above-ground pool (has audio):
In case I don't make the new thread before this thread becomes read-only, a link to the new thread should show up here:

(Name/site from Filebase: I control it but don't have the private key to it.)
todo: don't run script if it is already running

>https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/QmSVQBAsW6EQyPGxWtRUdDbhdohspTGUE9cqxA2AkqG46V - sexy girl, cosplay of Uravity from "My Hero Academia" I think
Dead torrent here:
>todo: don't run script if it is already running
"Done". Newer shell script in IPFS and a blockchain:

>Dead torrent here:...
It was actually just offline for about a day. I have 100% of it now, which is good. That anime is rather shitty. Actually dead torrent - added months ago, no last seen complete ever (another dumb series):
>Newer shell script
This is dumb and doesn't work. It runs cron.sh, checks if cron.sh is running, if yes, then exit. For it to work it would have to be something like this: crontab -> "run_cron.sh" -> check if cron.sh is running or not, and if it is not running, then -> run "cron.sh"

>Dead torrent
Here's a nice torrent which is like 6% offline/dead:
I think this works no-problem:
>$ cat cron.sh
>if ps -ef | grep -v grep | grep cron0.sh; then
> exit 0
> /z9/4chan.org/gif/cron0.sh
>$ # where cron0.sh = /ipfs/bafkreiaygy4dbfznnbrxssdv6v7ohulwg44dvqrxnjkucw2y26e6a3oiz4
File: 3hOF7tRc9tTbFju-w_Bqnw.webm (2.99 MB, 1280x720)
2.99 MB
2.99 MB WEBM
>where cron0.sh = /ipfs/bafkreieg2nyj43jsxvi2nfovm4qwbqpf3dl4sg5mzbsqzckgn3n4adf72a
File: 5IpyvzPD8csijs2iQHtbmg.gif (2.28 MB, 640x356)
2.28 MB
2.28 MB GIF
music, guitar, has audio, anime:
File: 6rvkKDxR0Wfxl4HEbxQtTw.webm (1.37 MB, 640x1136)
1.37 MB
1.37 MB WEBM
With some of these links, the data was only partially propagated, so you can only watch the first part of the video unless I/someone provides the rest of it. (Download the corresponding torrent for the full video files.)

Old men fighting:
/a/ faggot vs. cops

I could mark them as what they are now. [full] bitch at the beach
has audio, oh no cringe
File: cIHAg4bQ99ULdMLkNnGANQ.gif (1.55 MB, 300x300)
1.55 MB
1.55 MB GIF
KKKhristchurch by Moonman ft. Brenton Tarrant
Big cat attacks a dog, has audio
Cringe from vtuber fan, has audio
Shemale, Asian, has audio
File: gzmUVA1NabA-wW2Loo5qKw.gif (3.27 MB, 512x283)
3.27 MB
3.27 MB GIF
Celebrity, music, has audio, sad, happy, years
wtf there's so much illegal stuff on there
File: -01pShxB5ZiXTwNjHMQjcw.gif (943 KB, 220x344)
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943 KB GIF
File: --iBBnl0dQvxKnDU3jgceA.gif (415 KB, 284x221)
415 KB
415 KB GIF
File: -7e0MgwRAczPwNRRz_rA1Q.gif (3.3 MB, 480x480)
3.3 MB
3.3 MB GIF
Dog attacks a woman - wild video:
War. War never changes.
Contemplating suicide:
music, photo:
Ted Trombone:
Wow, you really shouldn't have saved all that.
So much stuff that would get a permaban if posted here
File: HLuwCIGPu6JBYsBHXHXVJw.gif (3.93 MB, 728x408)
3.93 MB
3.93 MB GIF
File: KKxVkxTQUaQkY9IAaJsbCA.webm (2.71 MB, 648x1080)
2.71 MB
2.71 MB WEBM
File: 9DgDcb97--HTt6mGqwkgZg.webm (2.42 MB, 1280x720)
2.42 MB
2.42 MB WEBM

Dog attack
I think animal crush videos are illegal in some US states. Since 2022-10 to about 2023-06 ("didn't know what I was doing") there was between 1 minute to 59 minutes of delay between posted image and download, so more likely to download human intentionally harming animal for no reason videos. About 2023-07 to now: realized I didn't really want those videos, so changed the code to do a 24 hour delay = jannies more likely to delete possible monkey torture. Sorry if you felt bad from watching kitten in a blender video: I heard about this, don't know if it is in any zip/tar.
Virginity is cool

Music, nightclub, Enter the Void

cringe vs. cringe
stupid mask
File: -E5Qc1ttPuy_QZ0C5PWnmA.gif (2.96 MB, 263x343)
2.96 MB
2.96 MB GIF
hand grenade
cute and sexy
As I remember, post #299 ITT was the last bump; #300 (not saged) didn't bump it.
On page 10 now, new thread in the next day or two maybe. Maybe I'll make it now. Or wait for the end of this month (2024-05) of which I downloaded /gif/ full images plus threads in JSON/API format.

>Hope to put those blocks back online sometime this month.
Had some shit happen, so more of a delay on that.
Next month = now. I'm pretty sure that I have basically all of 2024-05.
Writing the next thread:

Torrents of full images from /gif/ - Adult GIF, released monthly. >>>/gif/ is a NSFW 4chan board. Info:
- Contents: porn, random videos, LiveLeak-esque videos, and other videos which were too interesting for weak video sharing sites like YouTube.
- Stats so far: more than half a million files, totals to more than one terabyte.
- Why? Among other reasons, no one else is archiving /gif/, so I decided to.

Previous: >>1231730

[File count as of 4chan_gif_2024_03 = approx. 520,612 videos. Size of everything = IDK. If it's an average of 65 GB per month, then 19 * 65 = 1235 GB.]
Writing the next thread, cont.:

== How does it work? ==

Every 24 hours, this happens:
1. Full image links obtained 24 hours ago get downloaded.
2. All /gif/ threads get downloaded in API/JSON format.
3. Full image links get extracted from the JSONs. Goto 1.

== History ==

/gap/ began in 2022-10. Archive files from 2022-10 to 2024-03 only have full image files and not threads (plain text). Starting in this thread, including 2024-05, each release going forward should have threads.
Note on that touch command which is done monthly:
A multisecond- or minutes- or hour-long gap as seen in the 4chan_gif_[month]_empty.txt file = shouldn't be seen. If the HDD doesn't suck then there should be at most a ~1-second gap between each touched file.

I'm still seeding that 4chan full images torrent. Import/extract its data with ipfs, ipfs-car, or go-car:
>Extract - Go-based: https://github.com/ipld/go-car
>Extract - NPM/JS-based: https://github.com/ipld/go-car
>Import - https://ipfs.eth.limo/ or https://ipfs.tech/ or https://github.com/ipfs/kubo
I look at the text file I have on this thread and see some file links/names which I thought were somewhat notable. I might share those with info on them in this thread so as not to post a lot in the newer thread.

>howto.txt documentation
I think I did a big rewrite on that since that change to API pulls.
>page 11
Woah, you're right.
new thread: >>1310152
I was looking at https://boards.4 chan.org/t/ and saw that the preview of each thread only shows 1 reply. Weird. Don't know when that change happened. I remember seeing thread previews with like 3 or 4 replies in the past on whatever page like https://boards.4 chan.org/t/3
Still 11
now page 10
back to 11
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/gif/ 2024-05: mostly lost, HDD died. I finally undoubtedly found out that WDC's 5TB easystore drives are a disgusting fucking scam. Fuck Best Buy. Fuck Western Digital Corporation. Monthly backups = fail. Weekly = better. I couldn't backup shit recently (something I was doing) and for about 1 month due to a power outage and a 16TB drive getting stuck as read-only. 360 dollars later, working on getting said drive unstuck.

I have 10 GB of 4chan /gif/ 2024-05: all threads, but missing many full images. The HDD had a Power_On_Hours of 2,891 (working for all that time) when it became zpool status=degraded. I then almost immediately reimported the zpool as RO "sudo zpool import -o readonly=on poolname". About 2 days of rsyncing later, it became status=suspended. Unplugged it and plugged it back in = bad clicking. Many things lost "forever" as a result of both stuck as RO (older) and HDD death (today). Magnetic field decay over the next 4, 5 years, or decades(s) = data gone forever.
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For clarity,
- 16TB HDD = "stuck" as RO
- 5TB HDD = fucked

It died after only 2,891 hours = 4 months. I had a standard of not using this shitty hardware for longer than 4000 hours (5.5 months). Looks like that was a generous estimate. Fucking mechanical degradation on this shit, build like shit and designed to fail quickly; software side = drive appears to slow down.
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posting these images recently ITT
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Page 14 = last page as of today
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The same image was reposted a lot on pages 1 to ~10. (not this image)
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I'm not a communist.
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But I realize that capitalism is scummy as fuck sometimes. Free market = likely the best economic system, but still the market has horrible products: chink shit or whatever.
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meant to reply to >>1310990
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"Last image"
Time to murder these scumfucks like I'm a schizo
Got stuck as RO in 2024-04-22 due to metaslabs becoming broken. That was fucking annoying because if that didn't happen I probably would have had all of the non-/gif/ and /gif/ data on that HDD backed up right now. I was literally doing that until said power outage. ($360: used to buy another 16TiB HDD.)
*on that inoperable HDD

I was both unlucky to have a power outage and unlucky to have had shit culminate such that the outage messed up a HDD a bit. Outage happened in 2024-04 and changed a 18TB/16TiB HDD. Even more unlucky to have a 5TB HDD last for fewer than 3000 hours. It's like a commercial airplane/airliner crash: so many things went wrong which lead to failure. All that shit went wrong. Advice: plug a HDD into a UPS and not directly into a wall outlet. I do this now, but my uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is pretty lame.

I'm thinking that brand new cheap HDDs are worse than brand new cheap SSDs: in some cases and in some ways.
2024-04-22: drive RO'd. 2024-06-09: different drive failed. Other thing that went wrong: I was restoring some things from backup because some seriously retarded copyright deletions happened that I was made aware of via email. A had to look through a bunch of different HDDs which was a "big distraction" from getting redundancy on the then-live now-dead HDD. I processed some data for a while in various ways on each drive I looked through. I didn't have said HDDs physically labeled at the time, but I now do; It helps to do that in order to have some idea of what they contain. Lost: IDK, like 400 GB, maybe 700 GB; that drive was 5TB, and I have the other data copied to another HDD.
> had to look through a bunch of different HDDs
And of course, this was the second time that this happened: what I was looking for was on the last or second-to-last drive that I looked through.
^Shit happens. The measure of a man is if you can move forward and become better as a result. (Not saying that's necessarily entirely true, just cool to say.)

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