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Old 09-05-2012, 01:21 PM
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error starting permissions repair for disk1s1

it seems to me that since the last update, SuperDuper! 2.7 (v90) has begun to detect errors that had never happened before when routinely cloning my [OS 10.4.11] boot volume:
Error starting permissions repair for disk1s1 d2 quadra 10:
Operation not supported for the Mac OS X version on the targeted disk (-9950)
****FAILED****: result=256 errno=22 (Unknown error: 0)
  • now you would think that disabling the permissions repair option would solve the problem, but it doesn't: I unchecked that option and got the same error 3 minutes later;
  • note that this happened while trying to clone an already-cloned volume to make yet another backup;
  • it doesn't happen when doing a direct backup onto that particular volume, so it's not a matter of partition type or format...
does this mean that indirect backups are forbidden, or is this an issue with the way I configured the program?
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