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Old 06-02-2009, 01:27 PM
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Odd Volumes Issue

I am using super duper on a single mac book pro with one external hard drive (which has three partitions on it)

The cloning seems to work fine as the clone is bootable. But I noticed an issue with /volumes. One of the partitions on the external drive is called "Storage". I don't clone to it, only use for it storage. I have done multiple restores and clones using this set up, and just noticed that on my desktop the volume is mounted as "Storage" which is correct. But, when I go to terminal there is a Storage and Storage 1. When I ls Storage the files aren't there. When I ls Storage 1 the files are there.

On my desktop, there is no volume named Storage 1, just Storage. And the Storage on my desktop has the files.

Any ideas?
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