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Harris Miller 02-03-2004 04:56 PM

SuperDuper Error
I just purchased your program today & tried to run the "Safety Clone-Shared Users & Applications" script. My first effort I tried to add to the script "Ingore .Trashes" but got an error so I figured I had fouled up. So I deleted that addition & just ran the script as included in the program. Got another error!!
The log is below. Can you please help me?


2004-02-03 11:24:40.184 SuperDuper![526] LSCopyItemInfoForURL() returned -35 for path /.vol.

2004-02-03 11:40:53.520 SuperDuper![526] LSCopyItemInfoForURL() returned -35 for path /.vol.

2004-02-03 11:40:58.808 SuperDuper![526] LSCopyItemInfoForURL() returned -35 for path /dev.

2004-02-03 11:47:19.196 SuperDuper![526] LSCopyItemInfoForURL() returned -35 for path /.vol.

2004-02-03 12:03:05.872 SuperDuper![526] ***ERROR OCCURRED: The bundled copy scripts have been altered. Please re-install SuperDuper!****FAILED****: result=256 errno=1 (Operation not permitted)

2004-02-03 12:12:19.665 SuperDuper![586] LSCopyItemInfoForURL() returned -35 for path /.vol.

2004-02-03 12:12:33.300 SuperDuper![586] LSCopyItemInfoForURL() returned -35 for path /dev.

prefs written

2004-02-03 12:38:59.963 SuperDuper![586] ***ERROR OCCURRED: SVUclone: Error: Couldn't create

2004-02-03 12:39:01.194 SuperDuper![586] ***ERROR OCCURRED: : Input/output error

2004-02-03 12:39:01.195 SuperDuper![586] ***ERROR OCCURRED: SVUclone: Error copying /Library/Application Support/GarageBand/Instrument Library/Sampler/Sampler Files/Grand Piano/065_ped_s.wav to /Volumes/Lacie 60 GB B:Up Boot/Library/Application Support/GarageBand/Instrument Library/Sampler/Sampler Files/Grand Piano/065_ped_s.wav of type 8

2004-02-03 12:39:01.196 SuperDuper![586] ***ERROR OCCURRED: : Input/output error

dnanian 02-03-2004 05:09 PM

Harris --

Thanks for getting in touch!

The first problem -- altering the script -- is something we've got to change & document better. Sorry that our omission led you to go down the wrong path.

The recommended way to do this alteration is to actually create your own script, include the "Safety Clone - ..." script, and then add your command in. That'll allow us to modify the Safety Clone script as needed in future updates, while still allowing you to make modifications.

In this case, you'd add a command to "Ignore .Trashes", just like you did, but in this custom script. That will override anything done in the included script, and your .Trashes will be ignored.

The second problem is a bit more difficult to diagnose, but sounds as if the disk itself was full. Is that possible?

It might be a bit easier to diagnose this "off-board": feel free to send your entire log to, and I'll take a look at it and see if there's anything else I can discover.


dnanian 02-03-2004 11:45 PM

To follow-up here for those who are interested: Harris was unable to copy the file in the Finder either: it looks like he's got either a damaged file, directory or drive on the source volume.

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