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    Also, when Chatter is open/connected, and I try to delete Shimlogs using Resco file viewer, I get an error message" Failed to delete Shim Logs: Database: already open (0x0205). Continue?"
    When Chatter is disconnected and I exit that program, I can delete Shimlogs without the above error message. But then the file recreates itself once I have Chatter connected and running again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DocGo
    Also, when Chatter is open/connected, and I try to delete Shimlogs using Resco file viewer, I get an error message" Failed to delete Shim Logs: Database: already open (0x0205). Continue?"
    When Chatter is disconnected and I exit that program, I can delete Shimlogs without the above error message. But then the file recreates itself once I have Chatter connected and running again.
    I've never used Chatter and I've got a Shimlogs file. It's got something to do with having an active network connection. When I'm not online FileZ will let me open the file and edit it - but there aren't any records ...when I'm online FileZ won't let me open it.
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    Ah, so that is why I can't delete the file when Chatter is online/connected. Thanks for clarifying that.
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    Back to the thread:

    Isn't it better (and just as easy) to do a warm reset before backing up (BBVFS or any other program that backs up to the SD card)?

    With a software reset, like Softreset, just hold the Up on the 5 way and in a few seconds, you have a Treo with nothing running and no files open.

    My question: Will that produce a better backup? or does some core OS component needs to be running (that isn't on a warm reset) to get good backup?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aprasad
    Back to the thread:

    Isn't it better (and just as easy) to do a warm reset before backing up (BBVFS or any other program that backs up to the SD card)?

    With a software reset, like Softreset, just hold the Up on the 5 way and in a few seconds, you have a Treo with nothing running and no files open.

    My question: Will that produce a better backup? or does some core OS component needs to be running (that isn't on a warm reset) to get good backup?
    Two things:
    First, I haven't been able to tell any difference in the quality of backups (BBVFS 3.1) preceeded by a warm reset and those preceeded by a soft reset. Mine are error-free in either case.

    Second, from what I can tell, there is no way to schedule a warm reset. I don't care to supervise every backup that occurs; I prefer it to be an automated process. But with the combination of TreoHelper, LookAtMe and mReset (all free apps), I can schedule my phone to be off and a soft reset to occur before my scheduled backup; then, after the backup has finished, the schedule calls for another soft reset (to clear the dbCache) and the phone to be turned back on.
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