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I understand that QRecall is doing a lot of work here. I guess my particular queries were:

I seemed to have 600MB of inactive memory, so the memory wasn't an issue.

The speed would go up to 400MB/min for smaller files, but seemed to slow considerably for larger files. I would have expected the opposite.

I've been a longtime user of Chronosync - it seems to "play better" with other applications.

I guess when creating the initial archive, its best practice to set it going overnight or something. I note that the recapture was by comparison fast and had much less effect on the rest of the system.

Just a question. How do you compare QRecall to what we've seen in the Leopard preview of Time Machine. Do you have any comparison comments?
I rescanned my 15GB archive, and it found/added/changed 588 items from 92,457 in around 3minutes. That was pretty impressive! Also the system was still pretty responsive while it was happening!
I'm currently in the process of creating an archive of around 15GB to an external USB2 drive (Western Digital Passport 160GB).

Speed: around 95Mb per minute (after 1hr 40mins and 12.5GB)

Processs CPU mem VM
Monitor 2% 2MB 350MB
Helper 10% 310MB 950MB
QRecall 3% 4MB 380MB

System reports 600MB of Inactive memory.

System is quite slow and unresponsive (iMac24" - 2.16GHz Core 2 Duo 2GB Ram) for other applications.

I notice that QRecall seems to slow down considerably when processing larger files (10MB and up).

Any thoughts?
Don't want to be pedantic, but do you want to be advised of spelling and other mistakes in your docs?


Capture Filters

Excluded items are treated as though they do not exist when the capture is preformed. Restoring a folder with excluded items will delete the excluded items.

should say "capture is performed".

BTW, looks good so far
Created the folder manually and now it works
Same problem here. From the logs:

2007-04-14 06:23:27.478 +1000 #debug# stopped [2.732780.1540.8]
2007-04-14 06:23:27.479 +1000 #debug# command returned exception [1.732780.1537.5]
2007-04-14 06:23:27.480 +1000 Details Cannot create support folder [1.732780.1537.5.1]
2007-04-14 06:23:27.480 +1000 Details IO exception [1.732780.1537.5.1.1]
2007-04-14 06:23:27.480 +1000 Details Folder: /Users/johnhampson/Library/Preferences/QRecall/Recent Captures
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