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Old 10-02-2009, 01:06 PM
srtemple13 srtemple13 is offline
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Full backup drive question

I am considering Super Duper for my backup needs i have a quick question before downloading and trying it.

I'm very happy with Time Machine because it does a great job managing backups and deleting the oldest versions to make room for new backups as needed. However, TM (according to Apple) is only made to work with your system drive, so all those secondary drives either in your MacPro internal bays or connected via Firewire cannot be backed up with any reliability. My question to you is how does Super Duper handle a full backup drive? Is it similar to Time Machine? I have tried several other solutions and none of them handle this issue well at all.

Thanks for your time.

Steve
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