On Oct 31, 2007, at 2:05 PM, Kenneth Kirksey wrote:

On Oct 31, 2007, at 8:46 AM, Niels Kobschätzki wrote:

For me, a backup every 12 or 24 hours will suffice.

That is working on the symptom, which came up through the combination of Yojimbo and Time Machine and not working on the problem…

No, it's being realistic. :) Time Machine works the way it does, and Yojimbo works the way it does, and neither will or should change. If there is any "problem", I see it being with Time Machine having its default backup interval (1 hour) being _way_ too short.

Well…when I work 1 hour can be even too long when I look at the idea of Time Machine: Giving me regular backups, if not even versions of files I work with. Something like a local SVN made user-friendly. When I work on papers, translations or presentations (and I won't talk here about stuff that goes into development-directions) 1 hour can be even too long.

But that's my point of view - right now Time Machine has an even different problem (a clone-like backup is not possible and a nearly full 250GB-HDD cannot be even save once to a 250GB-HDD but that is another topic). Maybe I just should look once again on alternatives with Time Machine now additionally in mind (besides slow upcoming new versions, tags not in Spotlight integrated - something that shouldn't be hard to implement but I think I wait now for over 6 months and longer). The advantage over any similar product called "sync" is not so important anymore to me.

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