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Old 05-23-2011, 10:46 PM
DavidCB DavidCB is offline
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Virtual PC sleepimage not being copied?

I have a SuperDuper backup clone of my hard drive and another clone made from the first one, on identical volumes on two different drives. When I use Get Info, the first clone is about 3.5 GB larger than the second one, although taken individually, the four directories (Applications, LIbrary, System and Users) are the same size size in each clone.

Using WhatSize to examine the volumes, I see that the first one has another directory, "4.14 GB private," in which there is a "3.35 GB vm" folder, in which in turn there is a "3.22 GB sleepimage." This is obviously from my VMWare Fusion virtual PC.

My question is, why doesn't SuperDuper copy the sleepimage file--whatever that is--also?

By the way, the virtual PC is not suspended in the first clone, but shut down, as it was on the original drive when that clone was created.

Thank you,

David
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