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Old 03-26-2006, 12:29 PM
DrDan in MA DrDan in MA is offline
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This morning's data: Mini backup took place successfully; SysWakeup 0329, SD! session scheduled 0330, no CronniX or NMS Sleep Assist installed or active, log of session says that it was scheduled for 03:30, log of session records that activity actually began at 03:30:30.

Al-PbG4 backup successful; SysWakeup 0329, SD! session scheduled 0330, CronniX moved that crontab to 03:30:30, NMS Sleep Assist settings as described by you and executed by me, title of log of session says that it was scheduled for 3:31, log of session records that activity actually began 03:31:15 (I wasn't there to see what happened when, but it's a safe assumption that SD! was summoned at 03:31. The processor on Al-PbG4 is slightly faster than the Mini's... Does that explain the 15 seconds less in startup time? Think not).

Anyhow, that's today's batch. More later. Still wondering whether anyone else is reporting flaky SD runs when invoked from sleep...?
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