[OT] Lion Update
jhj at jhj.com
Mon Jun 4 18:19:43 EDT 2012
If you haven't done it since you installed Lion, you may wish to start a new Time Machine backup. If all the old Snow Leopard system files are still in that backup, its having to look through all bazillion of them to decide what to do. You can keep the old backup on the same disk if you have enough room, changing names as appropriate to make it start over. It will take a long time the first run.
And RAM is cheap.
On Jun 4, 2012, at 2:49 PM, Peter Haworth wrote:
> After being on Lion for about a week now, things seem to be settling down
> I'm getting far less spinning beachballs. When I do get them, they seem to
> be related to either Time Machine doing a backup or clicking on the window
> of an application that I haven't used for a while.
> The Time Machine problem is particularly bad. It doesn't happen every time
> Time Machine is backing up but when it does, it pretty much stops me doing
> anything else. I never had this problem with Time Machine prior to Lion so
> it appears that Apple may have made some changes to Time Machine in
> Leopard. Or maybe it's something to do with the indexing of the Time
> Machine drive that was mentioned.
> I'm putting the activation of a dormant application down to some sort of
> memory management issues as I seem to recall someone confirming that Lion
> did need more RAM.
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