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  • 60. Re: Partition update failed
    1tio1 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    So everything is working for now. Me = happy

     

    But, wisely I deleted about 60gb of movies and series I've already seen, and as I go to the same storage table like I posted above, the back-up part has grown by the same amout I deleted.

     

    How can I delete it forever? I've never had that issue, altought I never looked at it

     

    Thanks

  • 61. Re: Partition update failed
    steve359 Level 6 Level 6 (12,040 points)

    CCC keeps history, so that 60 GB will be around until CCC decides to drop those "long unused" files as part of housekeeping the clone will hold them.  But the clone will grow over time because of the history it keeps.

     

    For now, continue to keep used space down to reasonable, read up on BootCamp carefully to avoid this issue again.

     

    But well you done have, Young Jedi.  Between Csound1-Vater an Obi-Wan-steve359 have you well learned.

  • 62. Re: Partition update failed
    1tio1 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Haha, really thanks guys!

  • 63. Re: Partition update failed
    Csound1 Level 8 Level 8 (35,445 points)

    1tio1 wrote:

     

    So everything is working for now. Me = happy

     

    But, wisely I deleted about 60gb of movies and series I've already seen, and as I go to the same storage table like I posted above, the back-up part has grown by the same amout I deleted.

     

    How can I delete it forever? I've never had that issue, altought I never looked at it

     

    Thanks

    Download OmnidiskSweeper and take a detailed look at your disk but I would be tempted to ignore it until it is an issue.

     

    I think you are seeing TM snapshots.

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