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Old 05-18-2007, 05:21 PM
prestonholmes prestonholmes is offline
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So, the file that was listed as failing in the log didn't provide any clue?
Nope - in this last case it was a single jpeg in an iphoto library, backup was afterhours, so it certainly wasn't some active videocapture file or something along those lines.

Previously the culprit was a rsnapshot log file that I had accidently left in verbose setting so was huge. The backup should have occurred after the rsnapshot was complete, so that log file should have been quiet.

Does SD use some hidden dir on the target to store working files? I couldn't find anything obvious with a quick look.

-Preston

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