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Old 11-04-2007, 11:15 PM
stokessd stokessd is offline
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With time machine neutered (forced to have a tethered drive), superduper is more relevant than ever. Even if time machine is working well and allowing network backups, it's still not a replacement for superduper.

When timemachine finally matures and is usable, I'll still be using superduper for complete images as a secondary backup. I keep a drive in my fireproof box for complete images in case of a house fire. I also keep another drive at my parents house for the same reason. These images will be made with superduper

A disk image with a zillion hard links is not a quick way to fast recovery. It is a great way to find and fix goobered up files. A snapshot image is what superduper does well.

Sheldon
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