After a long wait, Shirt Pocket has released SuperDuper 2.7.2 with full support for OS X 10.9 Mavericks, including a workaround for a problem in Mavericks with Spotlight handling, plus the return of auto-mount and auto-eject for scheduled copies. (For some technical background on the delay, see this Shirt Pocket blog post.) The drive-cloning and backup app also makes volume size information available in the source and destination pop-ups, improves Smart Update speed, transitions scheduling from cron to launchd, and does away with annoying and incorrect security prompts associated with scheduled copies. SuperDuper 2.7.2 now requires 10.6 Snow Leopard or later, but version 2.7.1 is still available for those running 10.4 Tiger and 10.5 Leopard. (Free for basic functionality, $27.95 for additional features, free update, 2.9 MB, release notes)
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It saved my neck about five years ago when my hard drive died. It became flaky before dying, which gave me a couple of minutes to save the InDesign document i was working on to a flash drive. With that and the evening-before backup with SD, all I needed to do was restart off my external drive and within 10 minutes I was back at work with nothing lost.
Too bad all of life's troubles aren't that easy to fix.
I've found that Carbon Copy Cloner works well under Mavericks with no failures so far.