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Reply John says: January 10, 2015 at 10:53 pm Even though I can read from the readyshare device I can't write. You have to use file>new>blank disk image to get all the options you need. Many thanks to both Garth and Jorge! USB 3 to USB 3.

Do you need to do the whole process (set destination via terminal etc.) again? -If the above answer is yes.. Reply Matt says: August 1, 2013 at 6:15 pm Did you ever find a solution to this issue? You. Optionally shut down the Mac, and then add the correct location. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4032672?tstart=0

Sparsebundle Could Not Be Created (error (null))

Apple's own Time Capsule, which has been specifically designed to work with Time Machine, uses this same method, so it is no longer an entirely unsupported technique. So, after formatting my 1 TB drive to MBR Fat 32, I put my preexisting sparsebundle on it, plugged it into my netgear router and went through all of the steps I have created and moved the sparsebundle file to the location on my network drive I wish to back up to. Now a full backup.

like ASF, I went through all of the above and can't get ML to see the .sparsefile so that it can even fail. Reply Dillie-O says: January 13, 2014 at 6:22 am Many thanks HT Goody! Was able to get my time machine up and running on my rMBP to my Netgear Nighthawk router. Reply Ron Vaughn says: September 2, 2013 at 2:53 pm Excellent write-up.

For interest sake. Time Machine Sparsebundle Could Not Be Created (error (null)) I used to do this back in the day with iTunes to access my library of music at home. NEVER simply pull the USB drive out of the router. https://forum.synology.com/enu/viewtopic.php?t=39715&start=45 Normal?

I've started the same process again: # chflags -R nouchg /Volumes//.sparsebundle # hdiutil attach -nomount -noverify -noautofsck /Volumes//.sparsebundle # fsck_hfs -drfy /dev/diskxs2 And this time every this went well, and I I donated, even though eventually my problem may have been a simple case of a stupid name which caused TM to keep losing the sparsebundle. Verify ReadyShare Drives After plugging in the drive to your router. Reply Lorenzo says: March 11, 2014 at 12:40 am Hi Dillie, the drive has been correctly mounted on the desktop and appears in the terminal list.

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QUICKCHECK ONLY; FILESYSTEM CLEAN /dev/rdisk15s2: fsck_hfs run at Thu Feb 28 03:04:41 2013 /dev/rdisk15s2: ** /dev/rdisk15s2 (NO WRITE) /dev/rdisk15s2: Executing fsck_hfs (version diskdev_cmds-557.3~1). Joris says: 12.Mar.13 at 13:15:12 Hi Garth, the solution seems promising. Sparsebundle Could Not Be Created (error (null)) Seems like I'm closer than ever, but I get this error:hdiutil: create: Only one image can be created at a time.hdiutil: create: returning 0Usage: hdiutil create [options] hdiutil create -helpAny .sparsebundle Could Not Be Created Error Null The slightly longer answer is that ifconfig dumps all the information it has about all it's ethernet ports.

I am not sure how to change the permissions. what causes this to happen ? Thanks again February 18, 2010 | Nate @matt, @cesar, @macarthur, @rahil, @tom - glad you all found his [email protected]:1) If you followed the command line I gave for creating the disk GetCatalogRecord: No matching catalog thread record found /dev/rdisk2s2: GetCatalogRecord: No matching catalog thread record found /dev/rdisk2s2: GetCatalogRecord: No matching catalog thread record found /dev/rdisk2s2: GetCatalogRecord: No matching catalog thread record found

Well, it's not rocket science - but it does involve piecing a few things together. I'm running OSX 10.8.5 Thanks Reply Dillie-O says: September 26, 2013 at 7:26 am Hmm, it looks like something might have gone wonky with the format, maybe one of the advanced Having OS X Lion, this option did not exist for a network backup but now it does! I have already created one and backed up the first machine then ran another backup on the second machine using the same image.

Unfortunately, when I enter cd /Volumes, I get nothing. Should I unmount before putting my Mac to sleep? In my case I used PathFinder (a Finder repalcement), which offeres the possibility to extract file paths in different programming languages.

And Netgear itself is clueless.

Opened the Macbackup/TimeMachine/TimeMachine.Sparcebundle to load the TimeMachine 3. Curiuos of Synology has a fix for this issue moving forward. Journal is empty ** Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume. ** Detected a case-sensitive volume. I think part of the decision tree is the username.

You might also check the drive settings via OSX and make sure read/write is set to everybody Reply Bruce Levy says: July 22, 2015 at 6:35 am Things have been quiet I have mine set to public access (meaning anybody within the network can connect without credentials) and I'm wondering if maybe yours is expecting admin credentials to connect to it. Spaces have been known to cause issues. 3. …still looking into other options. 8^D Let me know if this helps. Dillie-O says: July 9, 2013 at 10:08 am I just posted a reply to Adrien.

It made a huge difference. Can you make the change after backups have started? I am running the latest at date of writing op system. I haven't done any OS update so I have no idea what could be the cause.

In my case error occured just after I changed wifi connection to different network , while the TM backup was running. Reply Stewart Whaley says: March 22, 2014 at 6:55 pm Where xxx = "Partitions" and yyy = "Image Format". Enter your e-mail: © 2016 Basil Salad Software. Online Community Forum Skip to content Quick links Unanswered posts Active topics Search Forums Facebook Twitter Youtube FAQ Login Register Search Login Register Search Advanced search Board index Miscellaneous Archives Beta

Reply AMol says: August 17, 2013 at 12:19 pm After typing is "cd /Volumesls" i get the error: No such file or directory any help? Bryan says: July 22, 2013 at 12:17 pm Where is that security setting changed on the ReadyShare drive? THANK YOU GARTH! This process took 9 hours since there was a lot of data on the backup (as is typical).