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Old 11-22-2005, 12:50 PM
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SuperDuper! fails to mount backup image

Since upgrading to 10.4.3, it seems that mounting sparse images takes longer than SuperDuper! is willing to wait. Whether I run from a script or just start up SuperDuper! to use its last saved settings, much of the time I get the SD message that it cannot mount the image; then, a couple of seconds later the image appears on the desktop. If I'm running manually, this is only an annoyance; if I'm running from a script (using Cronnix to schedule it), SD seems to fail with an OS-X application crash.

Has anyone else seen this? Is it just a matter of the internal SD timeout for mounting being made longer?

FYI: the sparse images I'm mounting are 150GB in size on a never-sleeping (use Spindown fix) Firewire drive. If I mount it directly from Finder, it takes about 6 seconds to mount (that is, just double clicking on it).

Suggestions?

Ed
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