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Create bootable clones via the command line
Authored by: KSchlz on Feb 20, '06 10:06:14AM

I noticed strange things.
When asr is called, it seems to change my volume name.
It always changes the target volume to the name of the source volume
So my / is called nagasena, the target becomes
nagasena 1
This sucks because I have no clue why this is happening, and vsdbutil is called on the wrong volume name hence fails to execute.
Any idea?

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