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Old 10-23-2007, 03:42 PM
cyberbryce cyberbryce is offline
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I'd like to continue to maintain bootable backups with Leopard, but I'd be concerned about how Time Machine works on the backed-up system if you maintain the Time Machine backups on a different partition of the same drive:

When you boot off the backed-up partition, it seems that Time Machine might immediately start trying to save backups of files wherever it left off when it was created. If it just replicates hard links and copies differences, that might lead to confusion but not data loss. Alternatively, Leopard somehow detects the inconsistency, ensuring that Time Machine on the backed-up system leaves the earlier backups alone.

Thoughts?

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