Using distcp with '-skipcrccheck' still seems to cause CRC checksums to happen.
Ran into this while debugging an issue associated with source and destination having different blocksizes, and not using the preserve blocksize parameter (-pb). In both 23.1 and 23.2 builds, trying to bypass the checksum verification by using the '-skipcrcrcheck' parameter had no effect, the distcp still failed on checksum errors.
Test scenario to reproduce;
do not use '-pb' and try a distcp from 20.205 (default blksize=128M) to .23 (default blksize=256M), the distcp fails on checksum errors, which is expected due to checksum calculation (tiered aggregation of all blks). Trying the same distcp only providing '-skipcrccheck' still fails with the same checksum error, it is expected that checksum would now be bypassed and the distcp would proceed.