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Old 01-17-2012, 03:45 PM
astrodog astrodog is offline
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Image file for archival backup

Hi there....
I've backed up a hard drive to a network drive using a sparsebundle, this is for archival purposes, so it won't need to be added to. Would I have been better off with a read-only image? I've read of issues with sparsebundles corrupting, and the big one I've made takes an age to mount and navigate.....

Where is all the extra space required during processing a read-only image supposed to be - on source or destination? The destination has heaps of space, but the source (a full hard drive) hasn't.
I've used disc images up to about 30GB before - any probs going to 300-400GB or so?
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