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Old 05-26-2010, 05:24 PM
rlfsoso rlfsoso is offline
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same thing here (but with zombie)


this is interesting: I was planning to start a thread with a similar problem:

after cloning my internal HD to a new bigger one, then puttin' this into my MBP I – after some days – suddenly discovered a significant loss of diskspace, my backup-clone does not show.

I did find a zombie of my backup in my /volumes/-folder.

I think this came from using hibernate-only in connection with my external backup-HD, which is USB-only, so when hibernating it gets thrown out and is reported missing/not properly ejected after waking up.

Something I noticed in the process: While being my startup disk it is properly named "Macintosh HD". Only, it still is named "Hobbes" as it was when beeing external, prior to cloning etc. I seem not to be able to rename it… Is there a way (maybe via Terminal)

Thanks a bunch…

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