Backup of SD card stalls indefinitely without fail error when destination drive not plugged in
Not sure if this is linked to the previous scheduling problem or not (which somehow doesn't happen now), but I have observed over several days that when the SD card backup scheme kicks in schedule, it will get stuck at 0% forever if the external destination hard disk just so happen to not be connected at that time. It is configured not to re-attempt the backup at all on error.
Using the ATI UI to cancel the backup has no effect. An entire system restart is necessary to "snap it back to its senses", which in reality is forcing the ATI process to terminate.
Thing is, the backup scheme for the main SSD also points to the same destination drive and folder, and that knows how to fail the backup procedure if the destination is not present.
What should I be looking at between the two backup schemes that determines this difference in behaviour?