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Old 11-30-2005, 11:17 AM
sjonke sjonke is offline
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SuperDuper and "Safe Sleep" RAM image

Does SuperDuper! handle the Safe Sleep feature of new Powerbooks (and that many have enabled via various hints available on the web for older Powerbooks, Mac minis, etc)? I.e. the "hibernate" mode. It creates an image of RAM when you sleep: /var/vm/sleepimage. In my case this is a 2+ GB file since I've got 2 GB of RAM. I think SD ignores this file since it's in /var/vm/, but I just want to be sure. I.e. do I need to modify the copy script to ignore this file, or does it already get ignored?
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