I am the administrator of a time capsule that holds backups for two different user accounts accessed from two different laptops. One of these accounts is my own account on my laptop. I don't have ...
I know there is tmutil delete to delete single timemachine snapshots from a backup of another machine — but now I need to delete only one of the folders inside the backup. On my old (and now dead) ...
I am using OS X Lion, and trying to delete some files I did accidentally (from home directoy): rm -fr Library I realized about this some 15 seconds later and did killall rm Some folders have ...
I use the methods here to trim files from my backup and exclude them from future backups. I have ~/.dropbox excluded, but I don't know how to delete all current backups because it's invisible (and ...
How do I trim my Time Machine backups and find and exclude frequently-updated large files from bloating it?
Time Machine is nice because it Just Works and it does its magic in the background. But left to itself, it can really swell up due to either large files that you don't really need backed up slipping ...
I love the way Time Machine works. And I'm smart enough to have excluded certain folders, like Music and others. But I foolishly forgot to exclude my virtual machines. That's 3GB+ that's now been ...