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Old 05-18-2007, 03:14 PM
prestonholmes prestonholmes is offline
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smartupdate inflating target

OK, I've read through the troubleshooting section of the UG, and searched for, found, and read the threads about running out of space.

I'm having this problem now with our nightly backups. I understand the need for working space, but this problem is being exacerbated by the target volume ending up with more data on it than the source (after a successful smart update). I haven't done a fsdiff, but the source has 22GB free and the target has 5GB. I can understand them being off by a bit, but 15+ GB ??

If anything I would expect the reverse since I thought the copyscripts ignored some non-critical cache files, VM, etc.

I can do the erase and then copy, but I don't know for how long that will last because I don't know where this creep in storage is coming from...

-Preston
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