I am trying to Carbon Copy Clone one folder and contents located:
The issue I have is that the destination I am copying to is a NAS non HFS+ partition Synology DS412+
I don't want to make a boot-able partition or image, I simply want to schedule an automated task to backup some files remotely to a NAS. Is there a workaround to get this to work through using alias or virtual directory or am I going about this completely the wrong way?
I can backup other directories and files in the same task but it seems to have an issue with any files or folders that reside in Library or other core OS X Mavericks directories.
Yes, it looks like CCC is being "too clever" and assuming you want the OSX system files to be bootable.
Rsync works really well and if you want a GUI to help craft the script try ARRsync - http://sourceforge.net/projects/arrsync/
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