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Old 08-14-2007, 05:48 AM
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Question 'Converting to read-only using high compression'

Hi,

After my backup finished, SD starts to 'Converting to read-only using high compression'.

Now, I see it is copying the *.dmg.sparseimage to a *.dmg file. My question here is, it looks like that I need DOUBLE space available on my HD where the images are saved. is this correct? Because it saves my backup to 2 files (one of which will be deleted if the 'converting' is done, but I need that space on my destination HD to let SD convert the file.

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Old 08-14-2007, 08:17 AM
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That's how it's documented, Patrick, yes. I'd suggest using a read/write "sparse" image instead...
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That's how it's documented, Patrick, yes. I'd suggest using a read/write "sparse" image instead...
Ok, thanks.

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