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Old 03-07-2008, 08:13 PM
corby corby is offline
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I don't think TM excludes the Fusion files by default. For the time being, I have manually excluded the VMFusion files from Time Machine, just to be safe. On a desktop environment with backups occuring every hour, I could see where hourly copies of that file would use alot of disk space.

However, I would like to have TM backups of the Fusion files (in case I break XP!) and was planning to "unexclude" them, particularly since I would only be updating the backups once per day at the most.

So are you saying it would be OK if both TM and SD were making backups of the same file at the same time? (I will certainly close out of Fusion before hooking up the external drive)

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Last edited by corby; 03-07-2008 at 08:16 PM. Reason: clarification
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