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Retrospect 11.5.3 keeps failing to run scheduled scripts. It'll run for a few days, then just fails without warning. Of course, I don't notice the lack of emails for a few days. This is very bad. I thought I asked for help about this before but got nothing. Tonight I launched Retrospect to check on something and noticed that nothing was running. It then started running today's scheduled scripts, except they never got around to actually doing anything - just sat there saying "Preparing to execute" for half an hour, which is much longer than they normally do that step. So I stopped them, but they never stopped either. Not even logging out and back in would fix that. I had to reboot, and even then I had to force it to shut down because something (and I'd bet ten bucks that something was Retrospect) was preventing it from shutting down. Fix this crap.
af78413f-56ff-4785-9caf-76820e8467d7 posted a topic in Retrospect 6: Desktop, Workgroup and Server for Mac OS XHello, I have the task of restoring years of old archives back from the mid to late 1990's. I tried restoring an entire set at a time but have ran into files that would hang the restore process. Then I tried multiple folders in the set and have also ran into the same issue. It would restore hundreds/thousands of files and then get stuck on a file that it couldn't restore. I would have to cancel the restore, run the search for everything again and go in and exclude the file that it got stuck on before. I would do this many times and it's really time consuming. Is there a way for me to skip a file during restore that Retrospect is stuck on? Mac OS 9 Retrospect 5.1 DDS2 tapes Thanks in advance for any help.