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pullman
04-25-2009, 07:37 PM
Hi all

I've set up SD to smart backup one internal hdd to another internal hdd at a 21.01 each day. SD is not set to repair any permissions and is supposed to do nothing when the backup is done.

I've set the computer (in Sys Prefs-Energy Saver) to wake up 21.00, so one minute before the scheduled backup time. The computer is supposed to sleep after being idle 15 minutes.

The computer wakes up at the specified time, but SD's log (I think) doesn't show that the backup ran when the computer woke up. The below messages appear in Console-All messages. What is wrong?

Thanks a million
/p

2009-04-25 21.01.01 SuperDuper![197] .scriptSuite warning for attribute 'boundsAsQDRect' of class 'NSWindow' in suite 'NSCoreSuite': 'NSData<QDRect>' is not a valid type name.

2009-04-25 21.01.01 SuperDuper![197] .scriptSuite warning for type 'NSTextStorage' attribute 'name' of class 'NSApplication' in suite 'NSCoreSuite': AppleScript name references may not work for this property because its type is not NSString-derived.

2009-04-25 21.01.01 SuperDuper![197] .scriptSuite warning for type 'NSTextStorage' attribute 'lastComponentOfFileName' of class 'NSDocument' in suite 'NSCoreSuite': AppleScript name references may not work for this property because its type is not NSString-derived.

2009-04-25 21.01.01 SuperDuper![197] .scriptSuite warning for attribute 'boundsAsQDRect' of class 'NSWindow' in suite 'NSCoreSuite': 'NSData<QDRect>' is not a valid type name.

2009-04-25 21.01.01 SuperDuper![197] .scriptSuite warning for type 'NSTextStorage' attribute 'title' of class 'NSWindow' in suite 'NSCoreSuite': AppleScript name references may not work for this property because its type is not NSString-derived.

2009-04-25 21.01.01 SuperDuper![197] .scriptSuite warning for superclass of class 'NSAttachmentTextStorage' in suite 'NSTextSuite': 'NSString' is not a valid class name.

dnanian
04-25-2009, 08:09 PM
That looks like SD started. What log are you looking in? Scheduled copies' logs are accessed from the Scheduled Copies window (Window > Scheduled Copies)...

pullman
04-26-2009, 05:54 AM
Thank you for replying.

Those messages are from the Console's All messages.

When I looked in SD's log, there was no entry at all, which made me think that the backup had not run.

If SD ran, shouldn't there be something in SD's log?

/p

dnanian
04-26-2009, 08:55 AM
Yes, in the log that you access from the Scheduled Copies window. The log accessed from the main window will show you the last time you ran a manual backup.

Note, too, that the "Last Copy" date will update.