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#1 2017-04-30 05:04:30

occsean
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Registered: 2017-04-30
Posts: 1

Program quit with only a few KB remaining on a 100GB backup &

When this happens are there any logs stored anywhere so I can figure out what happened?

Also, another question, which I think I may know the answer to. When Fab's skips over data is it because the source disk is damaged (bad sectors etc)? Can't really think of any other reason why data would be listed but then produce an error when trying to transfer

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#2 2017-05-02 08:22:39

Fab
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Registered: 2011-05-11
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Re: Program quit with only a few KB remaining on a 100GB backup &

occsean wrote:

When this happens are there any logs stored anywhere so I can figure out what happened?

This could happen when a file's size changed between the time it has been listed for copy (its size was added to the total files size amount) and the time it has been copied. That can explain why there can be some glitches like that. This is not monitored anywhere since there is no error in the process.


occsean wrote:

Also, another question, which I think I may know the answer to. When Fab's skips over data is it because the source disk is damaged (bad sectors etc)? Can't really think of any other reason why data would be listed but then produce an error when trying to transfer

That is a reason. It can also skip files if they are in use while the program tries to copy them.


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