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Old 01-01-2007, 05:38 PM
walchan99 walchan99 is offline
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Backup bloating up

Using SD to backup my 80GB internal disk to an 80GB partition on my 160 GB external FW 800 drive. This runs on a nightly schedule.

Initially, the mirror used to be smaller than the source disk. However, as of yesterday, the target disk is full, while the source disk is still only 90% full. I haven't booted from the target disk yet, because I don't want to risk working with a full disk. What could be the problem here? Are there any redundant files which are piling up?
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