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Old 12-03-2007, 08:45 PM
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Naturally, results will vary. If everyone had the problem, you are correct, it would be common knowledge. Having spent over 25 years as a programmer on Apple brand machines, I have some familiarity with the issues involved.

I should point out that the drive I was cloning has over 2 million files occupying 289 gigs of drive space.

When I report this, I'll get back a request to verify it and run various tests. Since each backup takes 58 minutes, and I'm still trying to earn a living, I'm afraid I don't have the time to devote to it.

That said, the results were, for me, as stated. I'm not shilling for Dave. :-) and...I'll copy the CCC author, as well.

(In fact, I just now -before completing this reply- checked the CCC clone I made an hour ago: Mach_kernel.cfgsys; iNode16068125; my Authorization for MOTU and several other finder-invisible files on my source drive, are plainly visible on the cloned drive.)

It would be interesting to know if anyone else here has checked for, and seen a similar result. So far, thru several updates, and thru at least two full, from-scratch backups using CCC, this has been 100% repeatable.

Cordially,

Tracy

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