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Old 03-07-2006, 09:16 AM
richardl richardl is offline
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SuperDuper Log oddity

SD 2.01 - I wanted to look at my last SD log and opened SD and clicked on Menu -> Window -> Show Log and it showed me a older log. I then went into 'Scheduled Copies' and clicked on it's 'Show Log' and It displayed the latest log. I then went back into Menu -> Window -> Show Log and it now displayed the latest log.

That was the oddity .. but my real question is where are the logs kept? They are no longer in ~/Library/Logs (Viewable through Console). It's a little inconvenient to open SD just to look at the log (This is just a minor nit) .. Great product.

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A set of logs is kept with each scheduled run, inside its "settings package". The "Main window" contains the logs for the runs you've done manually, and each scheduled job will show its log when selected in the Scheduled Copies window.

You can see the full path to the logs for the appropriate settings by Cmd-clicking the title bar of the log window.

Hope that helps!
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