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Old 07-13-2008, 06:48 PM
janiner janiner is offline
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"all files" doesn't include /usr?

I just upgraded my iMac from Tiger to Leopard. I thought I was being pretty thorough... I keep two SuperDuper! backups to two different external drives, both using "backup - all files" and "smart update".

I used the "erase and install" feature in Leopard because I've upgraded a lot of times and wanted to start clean. So the copies on those backup drives are all I have. I used the migration assistant to copy my data from one of the backup drives back to the iMac. I thought everything was in good shape until I tried to startup MySQL and found it missing. Upon further inspection it appears that /usr didn't make it onto either of the backups.

This isn't the catastrophe it could have been because all I use MySQL for is a searchable database of my email, which I can recreate easily enough. But still, it seems to me that "all files" should include /usr, should it not?

Did I do something wrong, or is this a bug? And how do I make sure /usr gets backed up from here on out?

Oh, SuperDuper! version is v2.5 (v84)
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