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Old 04-13-2020, 10:38 PM
Dan Lester Dan Lester is offline
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schedule sometimes changes

So I have SuperDuper set up to always do my backups at 2:30am. But every once in a while, I'm working in waking hours and BOOM, SuperDuper starts copying. I say whaaat?, stop it, and look at the schedule window. Sure enough, the scheduled time has mysteriously changed. Just now, it started up at 9:30pm, and that's exactly what the mysteriously changed schedule told it to do.

This doesn't seem to happen a lot. Maybe every few months. But it sure is weird. Now, I can understand that a freak cosmic ray can do odd things, but those cosmic rays are hitting the same byte.

Is there something, perhaps another application, that is known to diddle with the SuperDuper schedule?

FWIW, I did have to reboot a few hours ago, which I rarely have to do. Can a reboot mess up the schedule?

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