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Old 08-16-2007, 05:06 PM
labguy labguy is offline
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Should SD! Automatically unmount image?

Hello,

Based on the discussions here I thought SD! would unmount a disk image after a scheduled backup is complete; however, in my case, it does not unmount.

I am backing up an iMac running 10.4.9 to a sparse disk image on a networked drive. I set SD! to do a smart backup and quit. Then schedule the backup. I unmount the disk image and network drive. When the backup runs, SD! mounts the drive and image, copies, and quits. Shouldn't it unmount the disk image too, or am I misunderstanding something?

I am getting around this right now by tossing in a script after backup that detaches the image:

hdiutil detach "/volumes/Backup"

This works, but I was a bit concerned why SD! didn't detach automatically. Thoughts?


Jeff
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