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Old 08-05-2008, 09:14 AM
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Not enough target volume space?

I have a 500GB Intel iMac running the latest version of Tiger and SuperDuper! and have been using a 500GB LaCie Firewire drive to perform smart backups for over 6 months. Lately, however, the smart backup starts, runs for a bit, and then I get an error message saying there's not enough room on the target volume to continue the backup. There's about 60GB of free space on my source iMac, so I'm confused as to the reason for the lack of room on the target. Until these recent errors, I've run smart backups with much less free space on the source than this and never had these errors. Any insights would be appreciated, as I've had to run full backups erasing the target disc while this has been going on. Thanks!
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