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Old 12-31-2006, 05:06 PM
hoodsmom hoodsmom is offline
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didn't quit active processes

My user group tech gurus tell me that I should be sure to quit active processes before cloning my volume (SD resides on the volume with the active processes). So, I usually go into activity monitor and quit things I recognize as being unnecessary (background scanning to see if I hook up my printer, for example).

Sometimes, however, I forget to quit active processes (forgot to quit activity monitor today after using it to shut down the other processes).

How big a problem is that? Should I redo the clone (I'm generally using smart update) if I forgot to shut down an active process?

And - unrelated - where does the log for SuperDuper! reside? (the one in ~/library/application support is not the one now being used by the app, as it hasn't been updated in a year.)

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