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<p>The problem may be that it isn't actually looking at the destination to see what is there. It should look there when mirroring to overwrite any old copies, add new ones and replace missing files.</p> <p>Right now I have several empty folders due to mistakingly thinking that I wanted a full backup...
- Tue Mar 17, 2009 8:56 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: Why are all of the catalog *.fkc poluting my backups?
- Replies: 1
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<p>Why do you have to pollute my backup folders with all of these Catalog *.fkc files. Put them in the install folder or App. Data folder but not scattered all over my hard drives.</p> <p>I want clean backups that can be restored with or with out your program and this is not helping. I have to clean...
- Tue Mar 17, 2009 8:50 am
- Forum: Troubleshooting
- Topic: mirror backup doe not delete obselete files on target drive
- Replies: 19
- Views: 4465
That's a crock,
A mirrored back up should ALWAYS delete files on the backup copy that no longer exist in the source copy unless specifically requested by the user. Hence mirror.
<p>**** What is this crap! No files backed up. I am no idiot and have a dozen files and folders added to be backed up. All I got was an empty folder.</p> <p>I just need a mirrored backup of every file and folder in the properties every time I click back up. How hard is that???</p> <p>[10:17:00 PM] F...