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Old 12-06-2005, 06:09 PM
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Where is the log file stored?

I have SuperDuper running on a OS X server about 1000 miles away. Most of the maintenance and other misc. tasks I do through the terminal. Since I just started using SuperDuper (in place of ChronoSync and CCC), I want to monitor it closely until it gains my full and complete trust. So I want to make sure that my scheduled backups are actually occurring, so what would be the best way of verifying this:

1) Maybe through the log file??? Where is it?
2) Maybe some UNIX command line that will show me the last time a drive was touched??? How?
3) Maybe SuperDuper has a way of notifying the user when a particular Backup succeeded or failed???

Anyway, I just want to get feedback on what's the best approach to this?
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