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Old 10-28-2013, 07:19 PM
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No Space Left / Erase, then Copy

Hello.

I bought SuperDuper! six years ago and all the updates have been free, so I feel a bit greedy asking for anything more but...

I often run out of space on the destination volume because deletes are deferred until the copies are successfully complete. Clearly this is the safest policy but I wish I could override it sometimes.

If there were an SDpro, with a checkbox to "before you start copying/replacing, first delete the files that need to be deleted" I'd buy it in a heartbeat. If it were crazy clever it would just delete the files it needs to, in order to maintain enough free space for the next copy/replace as it moves along.

I know this has been discussed before but I thought now might be a good time to bring it up again.

Regards,

Brian
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