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Old 11-28-2005, 10:02 AM
rhuk rhuk is offline
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v2 scheduled backup works, but "AppleEvent" times out

I upgrading to SuperDuper! 2.0 (v75), and created a new "SmartUpdate" backup to backup my Macintosh HD drive to an external firewire drive. After creating a scheduled event to run this every morning at 3:30am, I'm now getting "Daily, AppleEvent timed out" dialog when I check my computer every morning.

The log shows the backup was successful, and even that the app was closed on completion, as that was an extra selection I made in "general". But I still get that error. Could this be a hold over from the previous version of SuperDuper!?

I took a peek at my crontab, and I do see 2 entries in there, one at 3:20am for Daily, and one for another superduper event.

20      3       *       *       *       /usr/bin/open "/Applications/Daily"

30      3       *       *       *       open file:///Users/rhuk/Library/Application\%20Support/SuperDuper\%21/Scheduled\%20Copies/Smart\%20Update\%20G-Drive\%20from\%20Macintosh\%20HD\%201.sdsp/Copy\
The thing is i DELETED both and recreated the scheduled event with SuperDuper! 2.0, and it recreated both cron events.

Any ideas what's going on?
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