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  1. A firewire connected drive on a network client is invisible. (Intel Mac running 10.5.6.) It does not show up at all as an available source to back up from or to. Same volume showed up correctly in 6.1. The firewire drive(s) on the Mac running the server show up fine.
  2. The icons to the left of the scripts that have run are not helpful. The same red icon is used for a script that has run correctly with just a few errors and one that has failed to run at all for various reasons. These are TOTALLY different situations and should have different status icons.
  3. I have also seen server crashes. But to add to this thread UNLESS YOU HAVE EMAIL ALERTS ENABLED you will never know the server has crashed as it is totally faceless. There is no direct error message. This is dangerous. Back-ups don't run and there is no warning until you go check the status. 6.1 pesters you if there is a problem!
  4. Back-up of Macs over 100BaseT Ethernet network is taking about 20 times LONGER than 6.1 with the exact same set up. (Days as opposed to a few hours for a 40G back-up.) All aspects are slow: scanning, matching, copying and catalog updating. Local client on same Mac as server is also slower than 6.1. The slow operation is making the system unusable, and I will have to revert to 6.1 until there is a fix or work around. Anyone else seeing this? Any ideas?
  5. Back-up of Macs over 100BaseT Ethernet network is taking about 20 times LONGER than 6.1 with the exact same set up. (Days as opposed to a few hours for a 40G back-up.) Local client on same Mac as server is also slower than 6.1. The slow operation is making the system unusable, and I will have to revert to 6.1 until there is a fix or workaround. Anyone else seeing this? Any suggestions?
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