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Old 02-06-2008, 09:13 AM
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How does SD manage out of diskspace on a Time Machine disk

First congrats on the new release!

Next question: What happens if I use the same volume for Time Machine and a SD clone and Time Machine uses so much disk space that the clone doesn't fit anymore?

Does SD throw away enough old Time Machine backups to free enough space? Or does it simply complain about not enough disk space. Time Machine will eventually fill the disk so I hope SD can cope with that.
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