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camner
04-29-2010, 10:13 PM
I'm running into a problem...

I wanted to transfer my Snow Leopard install to a different drive. I successfully used SD! to clone my startup drive to a different internal drive (that has been in use for quite a while successfully). I had no problem starting (booting) off the new drive.

I then went to backup (clone) using SD! the new drive. Upon starting SD!, I got an error message "failed to enable ownership." Here's the log:

| 06:06:38 PM | Info | SuperDuper!, 2.6.2 (87), path: /Applications/$Misc Utils/$Backup Utils/SuperDuper!/SuperDuper!.app, Mac OS 10.6.2 build 10C540 (i386)
| 06:06:38 PM | Info | Started on Thu, Apr 29, 2010 at 6:06 PM
| 06:06:38 PM | Info | Source Volume: Snow Leopard, mount: /, device: /dev/disk0s3, media: WDC WD6400AAKS-00A7B0, interconnect: Internal SATA, file system: "Journaled HFS+", OS: 10.6.2 (10C540), capacity: 232.11 GB, used: 56.94 GB, directories: 189581, files: 818376, ejectable: NO, ACLs: Enabled
| 06:06:38 PM | Info | Target Volume: Snow Leopard BU, mount: /Volumes/Snow Leopard BU, device: /dev/disk4s2, media: ST340062 0AS, interconnect: External FireWire, file system: "Journaled HFS+", OS: 10.6.2 (10C540), capacity: 399.74 GB, used: 53.93 GB, directories: 187716, files: 810301, ejectable: YES, ACLs: Enabled
| 06:06:38 PM | Info | Copy Mode : Smart Update
| 06:06:38 PM | Info | Copy Script : Backup - all files.dset
| 06:06:38 PM | Info | Transcript : BuildTranscript.plist
| 06:06:38 PM | Info | PHASE: 1. Prepare to Copy Files
| 06:06:38 PM | Info | ...ACTION: Preparing Snow Leopard
| 06:06:38 PM | Info | ......COMMAND => Verifying the integrity of volinfo.database
| 06:06:38 PM | Error | sh: /usr/bin/grep: Permission denied

Any thoughts about what this might be due to?

Self-help info below...

I repaired permissions on the new volume and ran into a huge slew of them! (This didn't affect the SD error.) Seemed odd, since I had repaired permissions on the source drive as part of the cloning process. Then, I realized I had used smart backup to clone the source to the target, and the target was a Leopard volume while the source was a Snow Leopard volume. I'm now going to try an erase and copy from the source drive and see if that gets me farther.

dnanian
04-29-2010, 11:38 PM
Did you try repairing the source with Disk Warrior?

camner
04-30-2010, 05:52 PM
No, but what I DID do was to reclone using Erase and Copy vs. Smart Update, and that did the trick. Cloning a Snow Leopard volume to a Leopard target with Smart Update made something very unhappy!

Anyway, all's well that ends well. Thanks.