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Old 09-15-2012, 01:26 PM
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Question Finder Get Info gives puzzling response

I do my SuperDuper! clones on Friday nights.

It's Saturday morning, and I decided this would be a good day to bump my Mac Pro from Lion to Mountain Lion. Just to make sure my SuperDuper! clone was up do date, I did a Finder "Get Info" on the clone, and the returned info was that the volume was last modified on Tuesday at 6 am (even though the volume had been erased and re-created in a two hour cloning operation just 3 hours earlier.

The rest of this puzzle is that I don't typically DO anything with the clone other than replace it once a week, so why was it "modified" at 6 am 4 days ago?

Spotlight Searches conducted from my normal boot drive return filenames of both the boot and boot clone volumes, but that's the only way I typically interact with it myself in between auto-execution of the cloning script once a week.

Anyone have any idea what's going on here?

On a Mac listserv I frequent, I posed this question and was told by another SuperDuper! user that he confirmed my observations.

Thanks so much,
Jim Robertson
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