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Old 03-10-2007, 06:10 PM
mlerch mlerch is offline
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Here is the error log

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Originally Posted by dnanian View Post
Well, I definitely was able to copy my own 10.3.9 server every day for a few years without a problem, so I know it's possible.

So. I think it's likely that a file (logfile, database, something) is being written to aggressively when we try to copy it, and that fills the destination. Why that would prevent unmounting I don't know, but it's likely that's why the disk is filling. What file does it say was copied when the drive fills?
Hello,

The error happened again. Please find the cloning log file attached. Looks like it has something to do with a Apache server log. Don't know the specifics though. Oh yes, again I was unable to unmount the volume until I restarted the entire server. does that mean that I have to schedule the back up at a different time? Maybe Apache is doing log file rolling at that time and That's what is causing it? I have no clue. Anyway, please have a look. If there is anything that I could do, like a script that would stop certain processes and then starts them again after cloning.. that would be great. But I wouldn't even know where to start.
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