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Old 04-30-2006, 05:23 PM
bethri bethri is offline
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Scheduling, yes, but mount/unmount...?

I know scheduling is a feature, but this entire thread is devoted to arranging a scheduled mount/unmount feature.

I bought SuperDuper! to provide an instant-recovery clone on the second internal drive on my G5 sometimes I can't afford any downtime, and a recent hard drive failure caused me major problems, in spite of my effective data backups on external drives.

But the doubled apps under Open With... and the possibility of mistakenly accessing data on the clone make a mount/unmount feature a practical neccessity for me.

Like I said, I still run regular backups (been using Deja Vu happily for years), but I want SuperDuper! to provide me with a 3AM "mount the drive, do the backup and unmount the clone" routine. I want the clone to exist, but I don't want to see it until I need to...

Ben
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