Is Time Machine really backing up your drives?

A new report is out that suggests a fault may exist in Apple’s Time Machine service, causing internal drives to be automatically and silently added to Time Machine’s exclusion list, resulting in the service not backing up the data on these drives and not notifying the user of the change.
As outlined on Diglloyd’s Mac Performance Guide blog, this problem appears to be situational to setups where many internal drives are being managed. To see this happen, be sure one of your internal drives is mounted and available, and then add it to the Time Machine exclusion list and restart your…

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