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Old 02-11-2008, 11:08 AM
jgarbers jgarbers is offline
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Warning on missed scheduled backup?

I just realized I've been working without a net for a while... I thought that SD would wake up the Mac from sleep in order to do its backup. I've fixed the problem now (guess I'll know for sure tomorrow morning) but I'm still concerned that I didn't know that the backups weren't taking place.

I've set things up so I have a persistent Growl notification for both successful and unsuccessful scheduled backups -- so if I don't see a Growl box from SD in the morning, I'll know something went wrong. But that assumes I'm coherent enough in the morning to remember to notice that something is not on my screen.

May I suggest that SD display a warning message - or perhaps a Growl notification - at startup if it detects that one or more scheduled backups were missed?
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