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Sync'd Backups between two identical Hard disks


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I have a 256 GB MacBook with a 2 TB Time Capsule connected. The computer is backing up daily to it. Working great!

I am a photographer and I have two identical G-Tech 2TB drives connected to the machine as well. The first 2 TB is my primary data disk for music, video and thousands of RAW image files. The other 2 TB is my backup. What is the best software for continually sync'ing the WORKING HD to the BACKUP HD behinds the scenes as the Time Machine software is doing?

Can the Time machine also manage keeping the two HD in sync, in case of one failing.....?


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I'd give CCC a try - link.

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CCC was the perfect solution! Thanks, Bobtomay..


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