Carbon Copy Cloner 22.214.171.12455 freeware
Carbon Copy Cloner offers fast, incremental backups that copy only items that differ from the last backup, as well as checksum analysis of your backed up files, archiving and archive management, and backup task scheduling. With CCC, you can back up to a locally-attached hard drive, to a network volume, or to another Macintosh across your network or across the Internet. ...
|Author||Bombich Software, LLC|
|OS||Mac OS X|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||disk cloner, backup disk, clone disk, backup, clone, disk|
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|126.96.36.19955||Feb 3, 2021||New Release||Fixed an issue that was causing "On Reconnect" tasks to not run when the destination volume was remounted (affecting Catalina and Big Sur volumes).
Fixed an issue in which the destination volume could be set as the current startup disk at the end of a task on systems with System Integrity Protection disabled.
Made a handful of VoiceOver-related adjustments.
Fixed the positioning of CCC's Preferences window, it had a tendency to wander downwards.
Fixed the appearance of the update notification window in the user agent when Dark Mode is used.
Fixed an issue in the Task Filter window in which items within a folder would appear to be excluded or re-included automatically as changes were made to that folder in the Finder.
When applicable, the Backblaze /Library/Backblaze.bzpkg/bzdata/bzvol_system_volume/bzvol_id.xml file is now removed at the end of a Full Volume Clone to avoid a "safety freeze" when booting from a Big Sur backup.
|188.8.131.5265||Apr 1, 2020||New Release||10.15.4 introduced a small timing issue that can occur when CCC attempts to delete the transient source snapshot at the end of the backup. This error is harmless, and the snapshot is removed automatically later, but this update adds a more aggressive method of removing the snapshot.
10.15.4 also introduced a change that can cause trouble for setting up a remote Macintosh source or destination. This update resolves an error indicating that the remote Macintosh could not be reached during the initial setup.
Fixed a dead end that can occur when a backup task encounters an error thats calls for aborting the backup task (e.g. due to a stall, or when the destination volume pops offline in the middle of the task).
Improved the reliability of the option to reveal an APFS Data volume in the Finder (via the volumes table contextual menu or via the Source/Destination selectors).
|184.108.40.20616||Feb 20, 2020||New Release||Added a timeout mechanism to volume unmount requests. The DiskArbitration service should never fail to reply to an unmount request, but we've been seeing those incidents more frequently lately.
Made some additional tweaks to HFS+ to APFS conversion that should make it more robust.
Addressed an issue in which an "On reconnect" task would not run when the source or destination was reconnected if the source or destination is a folder on a Data volume in an APFS volume group.
CCC will now disable Spotlight by default on the destination when making a bootable backup of a macOS Catalina System volume.