[OT] Mac Beach Ball Party (or welcome to hell, here's your mac)
stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com
Mon May 14 15:08:49 EDT 2012
I use MA because I want all settings and authorizations that are in the LIB
to go with it. It's kind of *all or nothing* with MA.
I'd rather keep all the system crap on a smaller SSD, but apple insists a
lot of stuff including apps live on the boot drive. I have over 100 raw
drives for big data that slip into several Newer Tech 'toasters' .
On Mon, May 14, 2012 at 11:53 AM, Tim Jones <tolistim at me.com> wrote:
> I actually stopped using migration back around Tiger because of how
> painfully slow it was. I've found it quicker to reinstall my apps and just
> copy my documents over.
> All of my film and music stuff are on a SAS array, so they don't come into
> the process.
> On May 14, 2012, at 11:49 AM, stephen barncard wrote:
> > No, I would never do that. I know USB was made for keyboards and dongles
> > and useless for big data movement. This was done on a new Mac Pro copying
> > between internal drives. (there are 4 possible on a Pro).
> > The installers and migrators appear to be much slower than 'regular' file
> > copy.
> > I have a lot of files. Over a million.
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