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Old 08-17-2007, 10:09 PM
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The problem is that you're backing up to a network drive that's either formatted as FAT32 or the protocol you're using is an outdated version of AFP. I go over this in some detail in the User's Guide...
1) My drive is EXT3 not FAT32.


2) I did read your manual and then searched it -- there is no reference to AFP. So I've got no idea what you are talking about. Or, how to fix it.


3) These aren't my messages, they are in a post of another person's who is having the same problem. There was no SAVE LOG button on the log dialog box so I couldn't send you mine. But, looking at the ones I posted:

| 05:14:01 PM | Info | WARNING: Caught I/O exception(5): Input/output error
| 05:14:01 PM | Info | WARNING: Source: /Users/adamshopis/Documents/Final Cut Pro Documents/Capture Scratch/Untitled Project 1/Untitled3, lstat(): 0


Despite the warnings, these files all get copied. So if there are disk errors as the SD manual claims, how can it be the files get copied?


4) Looking at the ERROR:

| 05:14:01 PM | Info | Attempting to copy file using copyfile().
| 05:14:01 PM | Info | Attempting to copy file using ditto.
| 05:14:02 PM | Error | ditto: /Volumes/Macintish HD Clone/Users/adamshopis/Documents/Final Cut Pro Documents/Capture Scratch/Untitled Project 1/Untitled3: Input/output error

Since the error is "Input/output error" how do you the problem was on the Write and not the Read?


5) If the ERROR is on the NAS -- am I correct that SD will work with a FireWire drive. But what about all the WARNINGS?

THANK YOU
Steve
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