[OT] Lion Update
pete at lcsql.com
Mon Jun 4 17:49:06 CDT 2012
Not worried about the RAM, it's cheap as you say.
I've been thinking about starting afresh with Time Machine. I don't have
enough room to start a second partition for the new backup so I'll just
have to wipe the disk and start over. I guess I'll just leave it running
overnight and hope for the best!
lcSQL Software <http://www.lcsql.com>
On Mon, Jun 4, 2012 at 3:19 PM, Jerry Jensen <jhj at jhj.com> wrote:
> 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
> > somewhat.
> > I'm getting far less spinning beachballs. When I do get them, they seem
> > be related to either Time Machine doing a backup or clicking on the
> > of an application that I haven't used for a while.
> > The Time Machine problem is particularly bad. It doesn't happen every
> > Time Machine is backing up but when it does, it pretty much stops me
> > anything else. I never had this problem with Time Machine prior to Lion
> > 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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