Can anyone tell me specifically what the -s flag ("Shrink MFS in backup") in mfsbackup accomplishes? If it reduces the number of partitions on the target drive as part of the mfsrestore process, I think it will remove the stumbling block causing my current upgrade woes (as detailed but unanswered in another thread.)
Thanks for any info!
Series2 - 80hr upgraded to 175hr - lifetime
Series2 - 80hr upgraded to 340hr - lifetime
Shrink the MFS volume A.K.A. "Divorce" the drive. Basically, after collecting a list of streams to backup, this will go through and see if any of the partitions don't have any data being backed up. If it finds this the case, it will remove any superfluous partitions from the description. (Only works if the ones not being backed up are at the end of the list. Ones in the middle aren't chopped off.)