>The easiest way to prevent Retrospect from using temp system memory is to
>assign it more than 8,192 K in the Finder.
>Eric Ullman
>Dantz Development

I don't think that is the behavior I see.  I look at my "About this 
Computer" window and see Retrospect taking up about 12 MB or so.  If 
I stop the run, quit the programassign it 32 MB in the Finder, 
Retrospect, doing the same backup task as before, now takes up 44 MB 
(with a bunch of it "unused").

At least that was my experience before I moved it off my ASIP server 
due to instability.

Eric Zylstra

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