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Old 10-14-2009, 11:23 AM
michelh michelh is offline
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server connection interrupted

This is not a SuperDuper problem and probably a MacOSX network problem, but I thought you might have come across this connection issue and so might have a reason or solution.

Reasonably frequently when I am using SuperDuper to backup drives to a NAS drive/sparse image I get this message 'server connection interrupted' from MacOSX. The result is that the backup is not completed, and I have to start again. It also means it is difficult to rely on scheduled backups.

The NAS drive is to a home Ethernet network and I use SMB. I have configured the NAS drive to stay on for 5 hours.

This seems only to be a problem when using SuperDuper to backup to the NAS drive - it doesnt seem to happen when backingup to an external Firewire connected drive.
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