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Old 10-06-2006, 11:04 AM
jjohnsson jjohnsson is offline
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Backup home directory into drive backuped using "Backup - all files"

I have searched for an answer to this, but haven't found any. Please tell me how to do this.

I run "Backup -all files" about weekly. Syncing the contents of my main hard drive (~70 GB, ~600 000 files) to my external drive takes about 40 minutes. My guess is that most of this time is syncing system files and such.

So I would like an option to just sync my home folder, so I can do that quickly, on a daily basis if I want to. My wish is to sync it *into* the same backup partition as used in "Backup - all files". (The files would then need to go into /Volumes/Backup/Users/username/, not /Volumes/Backup/, as I think Superduper wanted to do last I tried.) I know this could make things inconsistent, but I don't think thats a big issue.

Is this possible to do in Superduper? Can you tell me how to do it?

Also, thanks for this nice backup utility that does its thing well!
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