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Old 09-14-2009, 06:40 PM
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Time Machine behavior after full restore

Hi Dave,

I couldn't find an answer to this is the docs or FAQ.

I'm considering doing my first-ever SD! full restore to my MBP drive. I ran into some instability yesterday and there's evidence that the drive (at least free space) is quite fragmented, possibly causing the general drive slowness I've been experiencing.

So I'm thinking about doing an Erase then Copy from an external SD! clone in order to get the defragmentation side benefit.

My question: after an Erase then Copy, how will Time Machine behave? Will the entire contents be considered new or will TM pick up where it left off and do a normal incremental backup?

Thanks
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