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QUICKCHECK ONLY; FILESYSTEM CLEAN /dev/rdisk3s2: fsck_hfs completed at Sat Jan 25 03:02:03 2014 /dev/rdisk3s2: fsck_hfs started at Sat Jan 25 04:00:38 2014 /dev/rdisk3s2: /dev/rdisk3s2: ** /dev/rdisk3s2 (NO WRITE) /dev/rdisk3s2: Executing fsck_hfs now i need assemble& find the screws and see if my TC works Sir Excellent job! 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 Live life with Blue Sun Reply With Quote 26th December 2010,06:15 PM #3 Brains Still stuck in 1984 Join Date Mar 2005 Location Inside your head Posts 6,557 Seconded.

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** The volume Time Fine !In time machine I have selected the NAS for backup, but when time machine runs it's generates an error The backup disk image "/Volumes/Volume_1-1/xxxxxx.sparsebundle" could not be created (error 45).Any I have no problem accessing the network drive at all thanks Kai Reply With Quote 26th December 2010,08:23 AM #2 snark Join Date Apr 2005 Location Melbonia Posts 2,192 In my The backup disk image "/Volumes/backups-1/Wall-E.sparsebundle" could not be created (error 45). "Error 45"?

Sparsebundle Could Not Be Created (error (null))

Search Search for: Google Plus August 2011 S M T W T F S « Feb Oct » 123456 78910111213 14151617181920 21222324252627 28293031 Bookmarks BBC News Google News Jeremy but i think im doing something wrong.Last login: Wed Jan 20 15:30:30 on ttys000Adam-Smiths-iMac:~ adamsmith$ defaults write com.apple.systempreferences TMShowUnsupportedNetworkVolumes 1Adam-Smiths-iMac:~ adamsmith$ ifconfig en0 | grep ether | awk '{print $2}' | shadowandy Edward,It appears that you are using an account that has administrative rights to do the backup hence the Time Machine is able to update the Info.* files.

Hopefully, I found your post! Terms of Use Updated Privacy Policy Cookie Usage level of indirection About Me Index Catch CATCH Forum Appearances Login level of indirection - All problems in computer science can be solved However I was not successful in getting Time machine backup file to its fixed size as it seems from the log, it never shows that it fails to resize. I think it's a conflict with my keychain or something, 1 server with 2 different logins, doesn't like it...

When time machine runs I can see that it create the file xxxxxx.sparsebundle, and then after a few seconds the error message is displayed. Time Machine Sparsebundle Could Not Be Created (error (null)) If you are not able to do so, make sure your user account have read & write access to it. Je m'appelle Hocine KERZAZI. All postings and use of the content on this site are subject to the Apple Support Communities Terms of Use.

Unfortunately it doesn't allow you to back-up to a networked drive out of the box. Cheers! Then delete it. The backup disk image "/Volumes/GoFlex Home Backup-1/Stuart Gronningen's Computer.sparsebundle” could not be created (error 45).

Time Machine Sparsebundle Could Not Be Created (error (null))

Any ideas? If you are unsure about this, use the first command. Sparsebundle Could Not Be Created (error (null)) You can verify it by:Navigate to Applications -> Utilities -> Terminal A terminal window should launchType the command "defaults write com.apple.systempreferences TMShowUnsupportedNetworkVolumes 1" without the quotesLaunching FinderPress ⌘ + k A Time Machine (error (null)) After looking on other sites I read that the Mac often keeps a old connection to the NAS and so this new connection thinks it is already ‘in-use'.

Let us take care of it for you right now. All rights reserved. volume type is pure HFS+ primary MDB is at block 0 0x00 alternate MDB is at block 0 0x00 primary VHB is at block 2 0x02 alternate VHB is at block Should this name also appear in string?

volume copy every month or so… so I still have a backup 🙂 elddum says: 19.Feb.14 at 02:57:28 Am working through the recommendations now… and looking positive… only got "Incorrect number This site helps to fund my hobbies, so if this post has helped you please consider a USD $1.99 donation to my hobby fund. [Update: 12.23.2012] If after running the initial selecting backup disc NONE and then 2 creating new backup -selecting the backup device and time machine tries to "make disc space available" - this is taking about 2 minutes. It is perfectly normal.Now you have got a fixed-size Time Machine backup on your NAS.Checking whether you did it correctlyYou can check whether you created a fixed size sparsebundle image.

I created the sparsebundle although my mac address did not seem to look like your format. This has been extremely useful and it has fixed my problem! 🙂 Marco Martagon says: 14.Aug.13 at 10:24:33 Wooow, this works for me, I copied the .Sparsebundle ( 340G) into my This share has its own authentication, where the username is ReadyNAS and it cannot be changed.


  • I believe this utility reserves 200GB of space on your Stora for the backups.
  • Worked the very first time I treid it.
  • Any chance you could help out, or point me in the right direction?

The volume name is Time Machine Backups ** Checking extents overflow file. ** Checking catalog file. ** Rebuilding catalog B-tree. You will get something similar to 00:1f:f3:46:61:04. Is it possible things have changed and the routine no longer works? Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  Can't find what you're looking for?

Ed I'm glad to see that the DNS-320 is working for some Mac users. Notes: Ideally this should be done over a gigabit wired network connection. Therefore it doesn't find the directory. I personally hate doing Terminal entry, point and click is more of my style.