I've only been able to reproduce this on a specific file. I don't really want to post it on here, but I can email it if I need to for those that want to do testing. I'm uploading a compressed file via atmos_c (curl). Every file works as expected except for the one in question. When I retrieve the file back from the server is has the following text prepended to the data:
Here is the offending incoming header/bad data:
Date: Mon, 13 Sep 2010 20:33:56 GMT
x-emc-listable-meta: x-uid=1000, x-gid=100, x-permissions=33188, x-compression=1
x-emc-meta: atime=2010-09-13T20:09:18Z, mtime=2010-09-13T20:09:18Z, ctime=2010-0
9-13T20:09:18Z, itime=2010-09-13T20:05:42Z, type=regular, uid=<snip>, gid=apach
e, objectid=4b0ab729a1230da704b0abf13c86de04c8e841637bb5, objname=<snip>, size
=4701488, nlink=1, policyname=Plus
You could try putting the object in question up using AtmosFox http://www.suchisoft.com/atmosfox/AtmosFox.xpi or the simple obect Browser
https://community.emc.com/docs/DOC-509 to (hopefully) narrow down the issue.
you can also send me the object in question at junkin_scot [ at ] emc.com and I can look into it
I am interested in the compressed file if you don't mind sharing it. I have a virtual environment setup so it's easy to see what happens on both ends of the spectrum (sending and receiving).