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adamd 06-21-2005 04:35 PM

Image restore ends with an error
 
Hi,

Just downloaded the evaluation version today. Nifty app! It works fine for me so far, except I get an error when restoring from a disk image. It doesn't seem to be anything critical but I don't know what it is. Something about UUID (12E6F3D853A2814C)??? I can't figure what that is. I created the master image on one machine to restored it on others. Below is the output from the log. Thanks. Adam.

[***] Tuesday, June 21, 2005 03:26:35 PM America/New_York
|03:26:35 PM|Info| SuperDuper!, version 74, path: /Applications/Utilities/SuperDuper/SuperDuper!.app, OS: 10.4.1 (8B15)
|03:26:35 PM|Info| Source Image: /Disk Images/10.4.1-June-21-2005.dmg, name: 10.4.1-June-21-2005.dmg
|03:26:35 PM|Info| Target Drive: /Volumes/Mac, name: Mac, device: /dev/disk0s5 type: hfs, OS: N/A, capacity: 38.15 GB, used: 0.03 GB, directories: 4, files: 5
|03:26:35 PM|Info| Copy Mode : Erase, then copy files
|03:26:35 PM|Info| Copy Script : Backup - all files.dset
|03:26:35 PM|Info| Transcript : RestoreTranscript.plist
|03:26:36 PM|Info| PHASE: System Files
|03:26:36 PM|Info| ...ACTION: Restore "Mac" using image "10.4.1-June-21-2005.dmg"
|03:26:36 PM|Info| ......COMMAND => Restoring 10.4.1-June-21-2005.dmg to Mac
|03:26:37 PM|Info| Validating target...done
|03:26:40 PM|Info| Validating source...done
|03:26:43 PM|Info| Erasing target device /dev/disk0s5...done
|03:26:43 PM|Info| Retrieving scan information...done
|03:26:43 PM|Info| Restoring... 3% complete
|03:27:43 PM|Info| Restoring... 5% complete
|03:28:58 PM|Info| Restoring... 17% complete
|03:30:10 PM|Info| Restoring... 27% complete
|03:31:23 PM|Info| Restoring... 37% complete
|03:32:36 PM|Info| Restoring... 47% complete
|03:33:49 PM|Info| Restoring... 57% complete
|03:35:02 PM|Info| Restoring... 67% complete
|03:36:15 PM|Info| Restoring... 77% complete
|03:37:28 PM|Info| Restoring... 87% complete
|03:38:41 PM|Info| Restoring... 97% complete
|03:38:56 PM|Info| Restoring... 100% complete
|03:38:57 PM|Info| Remounting target volume...done
|03:38:57 PM|Info| ......COMMAND => Restoring Mac UUID (12E6F3D853A2814C)
|03:38:57 PM|Error| usage: SDDiskTool [-g] [-s] [-m] device | mountPath | UUID

dnanian 06-21-2005 04:54 PM

Hi, Adam.

This is a known issue, but it's actually an "extra step" we take to restore the original UUID (a low-level identifier) to a drive. The actual drive has been restored properly, as you'll see by looking at it -- only the UUID is different.

This is fixed in v2.0. In the meantime, just ignore the error. (Note that, because the UUID is different, you may have to select the drive as a source or destination in SuperDuper! again.

Hope that helps!

adamd 06-22-2005 09:34 AM

Thanks a lot. That's what I figured - it didn't seem critical and the machine works fine. I just needed a confirmation:) I'm glad to see it doesn't have the issue with making system dirs visible as Disk Utility and NetRestore do. I'll play with it for a few more days if you don't mind, but it looks like I'll be buying it. It's a great app at a very decent price. Thanks. Adam.

dnanian 06-22-2005 09:50 AM

Actually, system folder/file visibility is something that does happen with all programs. There are a lot of things that control that, and it changes every release.

In general, if the disk is the boot drive, those files are hidden -- otherwise, they're not. There's a file called ".hidden" that has a list of folders that can be hidden at other times, but that seems to have been deprecated/removed in Tiger, so I'm not sure if it's still supported at all...

Anyway, evaluate as long as you feel is necessary... and thanks for the follow-up. Let me know if you have any other questions.


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