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Old 02-04-2022, 07:51 AM
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Yup. We considered a separate setting for the subvolume selection, but this felt like it made the most sense and would generate the least confusion.
If I am understanding this thread correctly, I am confused!

Is it correct that "Backup-user files" will make an exact copy of the -Data volume, which could then be used as a migration source after erase/install?

This is not what the words in the 'What's going to happen window' imply to me, which says "Only the User folder on xxxxx will be copied to yyyyy. All other directories and files will not be copied"

The -Data volume is not the same as the User directory.

Which is the correct setting to achieve an exact copy of the -Data volume?

Thanks very much.
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