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10.5: Create a Time Machine size limit for networked disks
Authored by: diamondsw on Nov 21, '07 08:38:41AM

I didn't know that - thanks! This will make it much easier to use the same volume for Time Machine backups and backups of other systems. I was afraid I couldn't do it because Time Machine would gobble up the whole disk.

By the way, if the size really is in kilobytes (why??), then that's a paltry 80MB you've given it. ;-)



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10.5: Create a Time Machine size limit for networked disks
Authored by: stokessd on Nov 21, '07 12:20:33PM

That command is verbatim from other tips on time machine floating around on the net. I use 250gig and 400gig for my wife's and my laptops. Think of the 80 gig as a proof of concept...

Sheldon



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