As far as I know, WinRAR archives may contain ECC (error correction codes), so if the archive is slightly damaged, then it can be fixed by itself.
For example, I can first encode
archives.tar.ecc, and then upload it to my server. If the file is slightly damaged after downloading by the client, then it can be fixed automatically without downloading the file again by decoding
archives.tar.ecc. I think it will be a great idea if the network connection is unstable.
I wonder whether there is any (open-sourced) software run on Linux that can meet my needs.