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Old 11-27-2005, 03:23 PM
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Locked items will hinder smart backup?

I have some files which are locked. They seem to pose a problem during smart backup. When the locked file is changed on the original drive, SuperDuper! tries to delete the older file on the backup volume and then tries to copy the new file to it. Both actions are not possible. See excerpt of log below. The locked files I'm referring to are inside a program called iNotePad - they are actually normal files!

| 01:51:13 AM | Info |       Error removing item: /Volumes/BackupMacintosh HD/Users/martin/Documents/iNotePad/Personal.iNotePad/Diary.folder/new note.rtfd/_info of type: 100000, Operation not permitted
| 01:51:13 AM | Error | SDCopy: Error deleting /Volumes/BackupMacintosh HD/Users/martin/Documents/iNotePad/Personal.iNotePad/Diary.folder/new note.rtfd/_info
| 01:51:13 AM | Error | : Operation not permitted
Is this a general limitation of SuperDuper! or am I missing certain preference settings? All works fine when I erase the backup volume first.

Sincerely, Martin.
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