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phil_w

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Should I be worried that when watching the kmsrecover process in a terminal window on OS X that it only counted up to 'restoring volume 12' but i had 14 zip files in the backup folder?

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p0ddie

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Normally this is no issue as kmsrecover is smart enough and restores files from only files that contain data it needs for the restore process. Did you do a full restore or partial? If you decompress one of the unused zip files, do you find any data that is missing in your restore?
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jstrickland

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I had the same issues. I have 26 files, but kmsrecover stopped after 19. After the 19th file it errored, saying it could not write to the zip file. Why would it be trying to write to the zip file? If these are all parts of a full backup, I can't see how kmsrecover would determine that 7 files that are 2GB each would contain unnecessary information.
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