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Old 07-29-2010, 11:56 PM
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OK, good to know, thanks.

I think I can do wireless Time Machine backups to the net drive attached to the mini, right? Or is the wireless network the bottleneck and I need a direct ethernet connect to the mini? I should note that I do NOT use TM for the entire disk. I exclude Movies & Music as well as temporary things like Downloads and Trash and system files.

Here's my current approach: I bought a OWC drive that fits my laptop but with 2x the memory. Partitioned the disk. Use one partition for SD, the other for TM. But my preference for TM would be a net drive, for convenience. Schedule for reasonably often. Then using SD for full backup every week or so.

Make sense? Or is that also too slow?!

Alas, as an ex-Sun Micro engineer, I'm so used to completely networked systems (NFS, no local storage at all!) that I forget what the Real World is like!
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