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Old 08-10-2009, 11:13 AM
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SuperDuper! at a crawl

I have SD! scheduled to run late every night; my computer is scheduled to sleep several hours later.

Usually, it takes about a half-hour to an hour (depending on what I might be doing at the time) for SD! to complete its Smart Update. When my machine woke up this morning, however, SD! was still running.

I then realized that a while before SD! had began its backup, I had initiated a ClamXav scan, and it also was still running (I had mistakenly told it to scan my entire Home folder!). So, I quit ClamXav, fully expecting SD! to quickly finish its routine. However, it's still moving at a crawl (0.20 MB/s).

Should I expect SD! to return to its normal speed, or do I need to first quit and restart SD!?
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