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Old 02-12-2005, 06:04 PM
sigma2@web.de sigma2@web.de is offline
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Error during Backup: Could not touch...

Hello

Since a couple of days, I get a strande error during a backup with SuperDuper. Can anybody help?

Excerpt from Log File:

|10:53:05 PM|Info| Removing ignored item: /Volumes/iMac G5 Backup/Desktop DF
|10:53:06 PM|Info| Ignoring /Desktop DB
|10:53:06 PM|Info| Removing ignored item: /Volumes/iMac G5 Backup/Desktop DB
|10:53:06 PM|Info| Scanned 254302 items occupying 161.22 GB (35707 directories, 210656 files, 7939 symlinks)
|10:53:06 PM|Info| Copied 60199 items totaling 161.16 GB (26978 directories, 25284 files, 7937 symlinks)
|10:53:06 PM|Info| Cloned 161.16 GB of data in 3521 seconds at an effective transfer rate of 46.87 MB/s
|10:53:06 PM|Info| PHASE: Conclude Target Setup
|10:53:06 PM|Info| ...ACTION: Bless System on iMac G5 Backup
|10:53:06 PM|Info| ......COMMAND => Blessing OS X System Folder
|10:53:06 PM|Error| Could not touch /Volumes/iMac G5 Backup/System/Library/CoreServices/BootX

What does this mean: Could not touch ....?


Thanks for any help.

sigma2
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