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Warning: unsupported Time Machine volumes for backups can be dangerous
Authored by: everkleer80 on Nov 10, '09 01:17:54PM

Haha you're probably right for the most part! Now that I have the feature, I use it, but my data's not all THAT important so if the backup helps me out then great, if it gets corrupted or something then it's not a huge deal. And I'd be willing to bet that most people think like that (and If their backups are critical then I'm sure they're not using Time Machine!)



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Critical Backups and TM
Authored by: rodneyweston on Nov 10, '09 02:19:49PM

Suggestion: If their backups are critical they are not JUST using Time Machine. I find TM very effective for what it does (especially restoring old versions of files which I have stupidly written over - such as last months bank reconciliation).

However, for my system backups, I have two SuperDuper! clones... which is faster and (reportedly) more reliable for a full system restore using TM.



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