3704 Views 9 Replies Latest reply: Sep 20, 2010 7:22 PM by Pondini
See #C3 in Time Machine - Troubleshooting
Thank you for your reply. ☼ : )
I downloaded "Time Machine Buddy". The conclusion was,
"Copy stage failed with error: 11."
"Backup failed with error: 11."
Message was edited by: jamespeabo
It turned out I had and Error (-36). A FileSync for: iDisksparsebundle.
So I excluded this file and I was able to backup with Time Machine; but I do not know why it was a problem.
That's the local copy of your iDisk. I don't keep a local copy, since I don't use the Sync feature, but that's what it contains.
I don't know how or why it would be corrupted. I'd guess you could turn Sync off, and back on again, to re-create it, but you might want to check in the +MobileMe > Sync+ forum, hiding in the +Digital Life+ section, at: http://discussions.apple.com/category.jspa?categoryID=116
Im getting a similar problem, but for my SafeBrowsing.db file? I tried following the troubleshooting but still can't fix it. Tried excluding it and deleting the file, but it came back.
When I excluded/deleted it, the code changed from:
(36) SrcErr:YES Copying /Previous Systems.localized/2010-09-07_1127/private/var/folders/Aw/AwKhbHXwG6ejptMGZnOq9E+TI/-Caches-/com.apple.Safari/SafeBrowsing.db
Error: (-8062) SrcErr:NO Copying /Previous Systems.localized/2010-09-07_1127/private/var/folders/Aw/AwKhbHXwG6ejptMGZnOq9E+TI/-Caches-/com.apple.Safari/SafeBrowsing.db
My new disk is a Seagate, seems to copy files manually pretty well, just gets snagged on this Safari file that doesnt seem to have much use.
Any help would be great.
Message was edited by: Eric Angelillo
The problem is bigger than that -- those files are in a +Previous System+ folder, left over from an +Archive and Install+ on the 7th. They're caches that Time Machine excludes automatically from the "real" version of OSX.
If you no longer need it, delete it. (It will take a very long time to empty the trash; the last time I deleted one, I did it one sub-folder at a time, then emptied the trash, so it wouldn't tie up my system for so long.)
If you want to keep it, exclude it from Time Machine, per #10 in Time Machine - Frequently Asked Questions (or use the link in *User Tips* at the top of this forum).
Deleted what? The cache files or the whole Previous System folder? That entire folder is useless -- nothing in it gets accessed for any reason. It's just kept in case something goes wrong in the +Archive & Install,+ and some things don't get moved/copied properly, which I've never heard of actually happening.