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Old 06-05-2007, 01:39 PM
rccraigb rccraigb is offline
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Strange behavior from Disk Utility


I replaced my PowerBook's 60 GB drive with a 100 GB drive, using SD! to migrate everything. To do this, I used the slow, full copy, not Smart Update, on the initial backup to an external FireWire drive.

Following the replacement, the system started without issue, and seems to work, but when I ran Disk Utility, the results were different than before the migration.

Specifically, Disk Utility takes much longer to run and does not print its status strings as it runs, but only very quickly at the end of the run. No problems are found, but there is one line that contains nothing but a percent and right paren symbol (red added for emphasis):

Checking multi-linked files.
Checking Catalog hierarchy.
Checking Extended Attributes file.
Checking volume bitmap.

It ultimately passes verification. The question is: should I be worried?

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