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docs:tips_n_tricks:max_os_x:fix_time_machine_sparsebundle_errors [20.04.2020 10:48 CEST]
peter
docs:tips_n_tricks:max_os_x:fix_time_machine_sparsebundle_errors [02.05.2020 22:15 CEST]
peter
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 </​code>​(If something goes wrong and you have to start over, you need to clear the //user immutable flag// again.)\\ Most failures at this point were due to accidental unmount of the underlying ''/​Volumes/​Backup_Volume''​. I believe the unmounts were caused by network errors while using WIFI. </​code>​(If something goes wrong and you have to start over, you need to clear the //user immutable flag// again.)\\ Most failures at this point were due to accidental unmount of the underlying ''/​Volumes/​Backup_Volume''​. I believe the unmounts were caused by network errors while using WIFI.
 <note important>​Therefore I recommend cabled network during the recovery process.</​note>​ <note important>​Therefore I recommend cabled network during the recovery process.</​note>​
-  - If this does not finish successfully or did a "​QUICKCHECK ONLY", run disk repair again:<​code>​+  - If this does not finish successfully or did a "​QUICKCHECK ONLY", run disk repair again((The Disk Utility does not use ''​-r''​ which means to rebuild the catalog tree. Try again without it if you run into an “Disk Full” error during rebuilding the catalog B-tree)):<​code>​
 ~ # fsck_hfs -drfy /​dev/​rdisk1s2 ~ # fsck_hfs -drfy /​dev/​rdisk1s2
 ** /​dev/​rdisk1s2 ** /​dev/​rdisk1s2
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 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
  
-Now you can eject the network share((Use ''​hdiutil eject /​Volumes/​Backup_Volume''​ if you prefer the command line)) and have Time Machine give it another go. After the (long) verification step, backups should proceed once again.+Now you can eject the network share((Use ''​hdiutil eject /​Volumes/​Backup_Volume''​ if you prefer the command line)) and have Time Machine give it another go. 
 +<note tip>​Don'​t forget to enable backups again ((Might be done via ''​tmutil enable''​ at the command line)).</​note>​ 
 +After the (long) verification step, backups should proceed once again.
  
 {{tag>​OSX backup}} {{tag>​OSX backup}}
 {{entry>​OSX}} {{entry>​OSX}}
 {{entry>​backup}} {{entry>​backup}}
docs/tips_n_tricks/max_os_x/fix_time_machine_sparsebundle_errors.txt · Last modified: 25.06.2020 01:01 CEST by peter