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maryann551
01-18-2009, 03:54 PM
I have used Super Duper without problems in the past, but have just replaced the HD in my MBP and while using the erase-copy or smart update to copy the files from my 120 gb firewire drive to the new HD, it has seemed stuck in the same place twice. the end of the logfile reads like this:
| 01:26:41 PM | Info | /
| 01:26:45 PM | Info | /cores
| 01:26:45 PM | Info | /private
| 01:26:47 PM | Info | Ignoring /private/var/vm/sleepimage
| 01:26:50 PM | Info | Ignoring /private/var/vm/swapfile0

the time elapsed is 1 hour 24 minutes this time, I aborted and re-tried it after 47 minutes the first time. both times it gets to the same point: 3.64 evaluated and 1.58 copied to the new hard drive at a rate of 19.21 mb/sec.

no spinning beach balls, and I can use the firewire drive Leopard OS and several applications as if they were on the HD in order to send this request for help...

Thanks for being responsive on this forum, it seems like a great resource.
MaryAnn

dnanian
01-18-2009, 05:10 PM
Hm. Sounds like you migth be getting some log errors that are filling your system.log. Check that in Console. Something failing pretty constantly?

maryann551
01-18-2009, 05:18 PM
Jan 18 15:17:03 MacBookPro-jillb KernelEventAgent[68]: tid 00000000 received VQ_LOWDISK event (4)
Jan 18 15:17:03 MacBookPro-jillb KernelEventAgent[68]: tid 00000000 type 'hfs', mounted on '/Volumes/Macintosh HD', from '/dev/disk0s2', low disk
Jan 18 15:17:15 MacBookPro-jillb /Applications/SuperDuper!.app/Contents/MacOS/SDCopy[2214]: writing to output file got error: No space left on device
Jan 18 15:17:15 MacBookPro-jillb /Applications/SuperDuper!.app/Contents/MacOS/SDCopy[2214]: error processing data: No space left on device
Jan 18 15:17:16 MacBookPro-jillb SuperDuper![920]: ***ERROR OCCURRED: ditto: /Volumes/Macintosh HD/Users/Shared/SC Info/SC Info.sidd: No space left on device
Jan 18 15:19:44 MacBookPro-jillb quicklookd[2383]: EXCEPTION CPMessageException: (null)
Jan 18 15:23:57 MacBookPro-jillb authexec[2396]: executing /Applications/SuperDuper!.app/Contents/MacOS/SDAgent
Jan 18 15:24:08 MacBookPro-jillb KernelEventAgent[68]: tid 00000000 received unknown event (256)
Jan 18 15:24:08 MacBookPro-jillb KernelEventAgent[68]: tid 00000000 type 'hfs', mounted on '/Volumes/Macintosh HD', from '/dev/disk0s2', low disk
Jan 18 15:24:16 MacBookPro-jillb kernel[0]: hfs: Initializing the journal (joffset 0x747000 sz 0x1800000)...
Jan 18 15:24:16 MacBookPro-jillb fseventsd[71]: log dir: /Volumes/Macintosh HD/.fseventsd getting new uuid: 53EEEE17-BCEF-4844-A72E-E7C9F9F3BB74
Jan 18 15:24:16 MacBookPro-jillb KernelEventAgent[68]: tid 00000000 received unknown event (256)
Jan 18 15:24:20: --- last message repeated 1 time ---
Jan 18 15:24:20 MacBookPro-jillb fsaclctl[2455]: HFSIOC_SETACLSTATE 1 on /Volumes/Macintosh HD returns 0 errno = 2

the "get info" procedure on the new HD shows it steadily incrementing in size but with no new files being copied to the HD.

maryann551
01-18-2009, 05:24 PM
Jan 18 14:50:00 MacBookPro-jillb Microsoft AutoUpdate[2324]: *** _NSAutoreleaseNoPool(): Object 0x66697d0 of class NSCFString autoreleased with no pool in place - just leaking\nStack: (0x210fcdf 0x201c562 0x4b31d56 0x4b94344 0x4b9414b 0x4b940fd 0x774a32 0x4b93063 0x4b92257 0x4b91413 0x4b912fc 0x798244 0x797e55 0x7d0678 0x9288 0x8684 0x870d 0x1adcd6e 0x19ecf14 0x1a36e8c 0x19e2206 0x18ca763 0x18c9b9d 0x18c9a02 0x19098de 0x29e766 0x5d9d 0x5196 0x39ee 0x35a7 0x2eaa 0x2dd1)
Jan 18 14:50:00 MacBookPro-jillb Microsoft AutoUpdate[2324]: *** _NSAutoreleaseNoPool(): Object 0x669c9b0 of class NSCFString autoreleased with no pool in place - just leaking\nStack: (0x210fcdf 0x201c562 0x4b31d56 0x4b9435b 0x4b9414b 0x4b940fd 0x774a32 0x4b93063 0x4b92257 0x4b91413 0x4b912fc 0x798244 0x797e55 0x7d0678 0x9288 0x8684 0x870d 0x1adcd6e 0x19ecf14 0x1a36e8c 0x19e2206 0x18ca763 0x18c9b9d 0x18c9a02 0x19098de 0x29e766 0x5d9d 0x5196 0x39ee 0x35a7 0x2eaa 0x2dd1)
Jan 18 14:50:00 MacBookPro-jillb Microsoft AutoUpdate[2324]: *** _NSAutoreleaseNoPool(): Object 0x66801b0 of class NSMutableURLRequest autoreleased with no pool in place - just leaking\nStack: (0x210fcdf 0x201c562 0x4b94127 0x774a32 0x4b93063 0x4b92257 0x4b91413 0x4b912fc 0x798244 0x797e55 0x7d0678 0x9288 0x8684 0x870d 0x1adcd6e 0x19ecf14 0x1a36e8c 0x19e2206 0x18ca763 0x18c9b9d 0x18c9a02 0x19098de 0x29e766 0x5d9d 0x5196 0x39ee 0x35a7 0x2eaa 0x2dd1)
I found this in many instances a bit earlier in the logfile.

dnanian
01-18-2009, 05:27 PM
OK, since you're also emailing me, let's move over there rather than pasting these bits of logs into the forum. Your backup drive is pretty clearly full... and it's probably because you're running stuff while you're copying.