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Old 02-09-2008, 08:56 AM
todivefor todivefor is offline
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External backup configuration

I have a 500gb harddrive in my Intel iMac. I have it configured:

Mac OSX 10.5.1 150gb
Sandbox 150gb
Windows XP 32gb
Data 168gb

I have a 500gb external drive that I have configured:

Mac OSX 10.5.1 150gb (backup of my OSX partition)
Time Machine 350gb

I just installed Leopard once Superduper 2.5 became available. As a result, I have very little experience with it and Time Machine. My question is would I be better off leaving this configuration of the external drive as is or repartition it to one part ion using that partition as my Superduper! clone and TM backup combined?
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Old 02-09-2008, 11:01 AM
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I think I got my answer in thread " How does SD manage out of diskspace on a Time Machine disk."
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