Sampson <[email protected]> wrote:of course it will copy a corrupted file.
> > > I'd appreciate any comparisons of those two applications, pluses and
> > > minuses for both.
> > two totally different strategies that cover different failure modes.
> > both are useful.
> > time machine takes hourly snapshots, combining them to dailies and then
> > weeklies. you can go back in time to an earlier version of a file or
> > recover one you deleted. if your system is corrupted, you can go back
> > to before that happened.
> > carbon copy cloner (and superduper) clone the hard drive. if the drive
> > fails, you can boot off the clone and keep working. however, if you
> > delete something, it's deleted on the clone too. if there's data
> > corruption, it's copied to the clone.
> Your implication is that Time Machine won't copy a corrupted file. Am I
> misreading you? If not, how do they tell that it's corrupted?
however, it has all previous versions of that file, so you only need to
go back to the last known good version.
*that* is the difference.
it can, but it's not really designed to do that.
> BTW. CCC will delete a deleted file from the backup, as you say.
> However, if you have it configured properly, it will save the last
> version of that deleted file in one of its _CCC Archives files for as
> long as you want. (You do have to worry about the backup disk filling
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From Mac OS 10.2 up to Mac OS 10.4
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Emulating this? It should run fine under: QEMU