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SubjectRe: NTFS-like streams?
Mo McKinlay wrote:
>
> # No backups then?
> # No find . | cpio -pdv /dest?
> #
> # Are you sure?
>
> No backups of the EAs/extra forks/streams/whatever, no. Which was the
> point made several times about EAs already - the fact they could be 'lost'
> by unmodified utilities. (Likewise, I made the point that modified
> versions of the utilities would be likely to appear some considerable time
> before any applications started really utilising the features).
>

I'm not referring to new implementation, but to existing one (by example
a mounted HFS or NTFS).

I think it's a weird idea to backup or copy only a part of the data.

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It sounds good!

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