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Old 03-26-2008, 08:48 AM
cweger cweger is offline
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SD changes disk permissions?

Hi,

Yesterday I ran SuperDuper for the first time on a new MacPro running 10.5.2. I was backing up a 500GB volume used solely for Final Cut render storage.

After the clone ran (successfully), I dismounted the backup drive, and launched Final Cut. Final Cut immediately complained that my scratch volume was not writable.

A Get Info on the volume showed something curious: even though in the list of users at the bottom of Get Info it listed my permissions as Read/Write, the text right above the user list said "You can read only." ???

Sounds to me like some kind of ACL-related issue. Anyway, the only way I could fix it was to mark the volume as "Ignore Ownership."

So, I'm wondering what happened? Nobody touched the computer or that volume between the time SuperDuper ran and this permissions issue, and I had successfully been running Final Cut earlier in the day.

Any ideas?
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