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Old 11-10-2007, 06:32 AM
shorebreak shorebreak is offline
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Backing up TimeMachine with SD


i know the Leopard version of SD is in the workings. this questions is rather conceptual than a problem.

On my Powerbook I have limited storage for all the video and photos I edit thus i have to regularly move them to an external drive and free some internal storage. But doing it manually or with SD I usually loose track of what is where.
My idea is to extend the storage of the internal drive through time machine where the deleted files live on. Obviously it's not a true backup anymore since the time machine version now hosts unique files.
To get a backup of the whole thing: internal and extended (time machine) drive. I would like to use SD to backup the TM version to yet another drive to add redundancy.
Does this work out?
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