Comments on “Enhancing SuperDuper Backups” 2009-12-25T07:52:49-04:00 Chyrp Enhancing SuperDuper Backups,2009-12-25:/id/180//comment_14633 2009-12-25T07:53:04-04:00 2009-12-25T07:52:49-04:00 Rob Wilkerson <p>nasedil_genio: Sure. All I ask is that you credit properly. Also, I am on Twitter: <a href="">@robwilkerson</a></p> Enhancing SuperDuper Backups,2009-12-25:/id/180//comment_14631 2009-12-25T06:00:11-04:00 2009-12-25T06:00:11-04:00 Nasedil_Genio <p>I want to quote your post in my blog. It can?<br /> And you et an account on Twitter?</p> Enhancing SuperDuper Backups,2009-12-01:/id/180//comment_14201 2009-12-01T23:16:38-04:00 2009-12-01T23:16:38-04:00 mosgorgaz <p>Dear Author ! <br /> It is remarkable, rather amusing idea</p> Enhancing SuperDuper Backups,2009-11-04:/id/180//comment_13860 2009-11-04T19:07:10-04:00 2009-11-04T19:07:10-04:00 Rob Wilkerson <p>I have SuperDuper configured with Growl. If my backups fail, the Growl alert is set to be “sticky” and remain on the screen until I dismiss it. I’ve never even looked into whether it’s possible for a post-backup script to detect whether the backup failed. Sorry.</p> Enhancing SuperDuper Backups,2009-11-04:/id/180//comment_13858 2009-11-04T18:19:21-04:00 2009-11-04T18:19:21-04:00 Mark <p>Any chance you have written a script that will email you an alert if a smart back up fails? Sometimes you don’t notice a backup fails unless you launch an look at SD.</p>