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jbarden
10-20-2006, 11:30 AM
I'm running out of room on my startup drive, so I'm trying to back-up all files onto a new larger drive, but SuperDuper is keeps reporting the following error:
| 10:03:46 AM | Info | WARNING: Caught I/O exception(14): Bad address
| 10:03:46 AM | Info | WARNING: Source: /Users/jasonbarden/Library/Application Support/Backup/Backup Library/E198962F-DAB5-4A4D-A07E-83C3E4E63719/Personal Data & Settings - 2006.05.23-01.01.58.500.IncrementalBackup/Contents/InfoPlist.strings, lstat(): 0
| 10:03:46 AM | Info | WARNING: Target: /Volumes/Echo Base/Users/jasonbarden/Library/Application Support/Backup/Backup Library/E198962F-DAB5-4A4D-A07E-83C3E4E63719/Personal Data & Settings - 2006.05.23-01.01.58.500.IncrementalBackup/Contents/InfoPlist.strings, lstat(): 0
| 10:03:46 AM | Info | Attempting to copy file using copyfile().
| 10:05:19 AM | Info | Attempting to copy file using ditto.
| 10:06:53 AM | Error | ditto: /Users/jasonbarden/Library/Application Support/Backup/Backup Library/E198962F-DAB5-4A4D-A07E-83C3E4E63719/Personal Data & Settings - 2006.05.23-01.01.58.500.IncrementalBackup/Contents/./InfoPlist.strings: Operation timed out


Any ideas? BTW I'm running a G5 with 10.4.8

Thanks!

dnanian
10-20-2006, 11:53 AM
Sure. This looks like damage to the source drive, specifically in some old Apple Backup "libraries".

I'd try starting up from your OSX install disc and repairing the drive with Disk Utility (which you can start from either the Installer or Utilities menu, depending on the version of the disc you have).

If that doesn't work, if you're not using these libraries, you can delete them and empty your trash...