I entered the infamous sudo rm rf / into the terminal based on a suggestion from a user on the apple forums. (By the way, never do this because it will erase your system) However, once I noticed that all of my files started disappearing and my system was no longer responding, I aborted the command. I don't think it was done erasing my startup volume, but I obviously f'ed my system up. So here's my question. Does this command erase 1 volume at a time? I ask because my time machine drive was still connected when I ran the command, but I don't know if anything would've gotten erased from that since I stopped the command before my startup disk was empty. So does that command erase 1 volume, then move onto the next and the next until they're all gone? If so, then I think I might still be able to use my time machine drive to restore all of my files.