Hi Robert,

Is it possible that the .gvfs is the last entry logged that isn't a problem,
and that the problem is elsewhere and failing? The error message is from
but the failure is from tar.
How about creating another user account on the machine, and running a
comparison backup for that home directory?
How much diskspace is your home directory using? Is 208MB a large percentage
of it?
Have you any unusual files (such as large video) in your home directory?
Have you any other backups on the system that complete that are larger?

You could also try switching to an rsync archive type for a few runs,
 and see if the problem is expressed differently.

Good luck with it. I'm very interested because if there's a .gvfs issue
around that can be triggered easily, it could affect a lot of us.

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