If you use
zsh for your shell very occasionally you may find the following message appearing indicating a corrupt history file. This is normally after a reboot.
zsh: corrupt history file /home/george/.zsh_history
This prevents searching back through the history with
CTRL+R and editing previous commands with
To fix it run the following commands
cd ~ mv .zsh_history .zsh_history_bad strings .zsh_history_bad > .zsh_history fc -R .zsh_history
Once this happened more than twice I made a script to fix the issue. The following is saved in my
~/bin folder as
zsh_history_fix and this folder is in my
#!/usr/bin/env sh # George Ornbo (shapeshed) http://shapeshed.com # License - http://unlicense.org # # Fixes a corrupt .zsh_history file mv ~/.zsh_history ~/.zsh_history_bad strings .zsh_history_bad > .zsh_history fc -R ~/.zsh_history rm ~/.zsh_history_bad
Now if I see the
zsh: corrupt history file error again I just run the command get back to work.
If you’d like the script you can download it directly from Github, put it somewhere in your
$PATH and make it executable.
cd ~/bin # or somewhere in your $PATH wget https://github.com/shapeshed/dotfiles/blob/master/bin/zsh_history_fix chmod +x zsh_history_fix
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