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Can I schedule bruCLONE?

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Posted: 23 Apr, 2007
No.  In version 1.x of bruCLONE you're not able to schedule your backup.  The primary reason for this is if you run a system update and that update breaks or damages something on the system (either software or hardware wise) and your backup is scheduled, then you will clone a bad or corrupt drive.  This then in-turn causes your backup to become corrupt and you no longer have a good backup that you can boot from, thus requiring you to restore from any other backup utilities that you may use.

We suggest that you always run a fresh clone of your system before you perform any updates, installs, or upgrades.  This way, you can easily revert back to your clone volume to bring the system to a stable state and running.
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