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Old 03-28-2006, 10:29 PM
ElNormo ElNormo is offline
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Keeping archive of files


I'm very interested in SuperDuper for backing up my shiny new Intel Mac Mini. I've got an external firewire HD which works very well. I plan on backing up my entire harddrive to the external HD to a bootable partition. This will save me in the event of a disk crash.

I'm also concerned about deleting or modifying a file and realizing it after-the-fact. Can SuperDuper keep an archive of file changes? I'm only interested in my user files, so the space required is much less.

Can I create another partition on my firewire disk to keep multiple backups of my user files? For instance, backup to the "monday" directory on Mondays. This would effectively keep seven days of user files ready to be restored.

Of course, if there's a cleaner way to accomplish this, I'm all ears!

Thanks for the great product, look forward to using it even more!

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