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Apple Notes Conflict Between Aperture and Time Machine

Apple Notes Conflict Between Aperture and Time Machine

by , 12:55 PM EST, November 5th, 2007

Apple has noted a conflict between Aperture and Time Machine and has suggested excluding the Aperture library from automatic backups.

In support article # 306853, Apple said that "running Time Machine backup or restore operations while Aperture is running may lead to inconsistencies in the Aperture database."

A procedure is described that eliminates Aperture from Time Machine backups and notes that users should manually backup their Aperture library.

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