ChronoSync 4.8.3

ChronoSync 4.8.3

ChronoSync is the professional choice for periodic backups, bootable drive clones and folder synchronizations. Target any device or folder visible in Finder such as a volume, thumb drive, NAS, disk image, server or (with ChronoAgent) another Mac! ChronoSync replaces your backup utility, drive clone utility, and folder sync utility with a single, powerful application. Get push notifications of your syncs sent to your phone with ChronoMonitor. Add InterConneX (free for iOS) and use ChronoSync to push files and folders to your iDevice!

  • Fully customizable toolbar
  • All settings are stored in separate files that can be edited at any time
  • Synchronization in two directions
  • drafting rules to filter the files by various attributes
  • Compare files before sync
  • Run a test to verify the results of synchronization before performing operations
  • history of synchronization, which can be printed or saved to a file
  • Automatic synchronization on a schedule
  • Use AppleScripts to automate synchronization.

What's New:

ChronoSync 4.8.3
Improved
  • Implemented the all-new 'False Mount' Readiness Test that checks to see if one of the targets is referencing a folder in the "/Volumes" folder
  • Eliminated the possibility that ChronoSync would ever create a phantom volume in the "/Volumes" folder because the OS lost connection to a server or local device but failed to return an error message to ChronoSync
  • Added logic to work around High Sierra bugs when renaming files on file servers as part of a Safe Copy or Archive Move operation
  • The Validator and sync engine now filter out some legacy Finder Flags when detecting attribute changes
  • Tweaked the IO throttling logic so that full throttle is restored after 10 seconds of system inactivity versus 30 in previous versions
  • Changed auto-update checks so they are not performed when syncs are running
  • Removed a bunch of unnecessary user interface updates when changing a target's volume
  • Invoking the ChronoSync Organizer or Preferences window will now terminate auto-quit, if we were invoked for scheduled synchronization
  • We now consistently produce data verification diagnostic output based on the DataVerificationAudit plist setting
  • Improved mirrored log file behavior by recreating mirrored log file if necessary to avoid situations where the mirrored log file may have been deleted while still posting messages to it
  • The ChronoSync Scheduler now tries to keep the system awake a little longer after triggering a task to run
  • Improved user-controlled diagnostics for the Scheduler and Validator
Fixed
  • Changed how the ChronoSync Scheduler checks for missed jobs that could lead to erroneous triggering of sync jobs after a system wakes
  • Fixed a bug whereby 'Run Once' scheduled items would not always run on the minute they were intended but would launch one minute later
  • Fixed a bug whereby 'Run Once' scheduled items would repeatedly run after their first execution because they would not disable themselves
  • We now turn off left or right target triggers if they are enabled but the target volume is not suitable for a live-trigger scheduled item
  • Fixed a bug whereby adding a scheduled item from the Scheduled Task Manager window would fail if the first Sync Task document known to the program could not be found on disk
  • Fixed a bug in the Validator whereby marking mismatched entries would result in forced-conflicts if the task was configured as a mirror
  • Fixed a bug in the Validator whereby it could try to reference an object that doesn't exist, resulting in a crash
  • Fixed a bug in the Validator whereby a NULL Finder comment was considered different from an empty Finder comment
  • Fixed a bug in the Validator whereby, when NOT validating out-of-sync items, we failed to have the synchronizer refresh the attributes of each file pair. That could lead to an incorrect determination of whether or not the file-pair is considered out-of-sync
  • Fixed a bug whereby the Validator had no additional logic to deal with package mismatch scenarios. It was thus prone to reporting modification date differences when one target thought a folder was a package but the other didn't
  • Fixed a bug in the Validator whereby the 'Package Handling' setting of 'dissect' was not being taken into consideration when validating modification dates
  • Fixed a bug whereby translated resources for the Access Restrictions user interface were never merged in with the program
  • Fixed a localization bug whereby target descriptions were not being properly constructed in Japanese
  • Fixed a crashing bug introduced by a change to how Google Cloud returns metadata values. The change occurred somewhere around Nov. 1st, 2017
  • Fixed a bug whereby changing the connection method for a target between "Mounted Volumes" and "Mounted Volumes (Admin Access)" would revert to a "/Volumes" relative path on the boot drive
  • Fixed a bug whereby the "Confirmation Test" connection role was never being sent to a ChronoAgent when testing a connection
  • Fixed a bug that occurs when probing SFTP servers for their capabilities that could result in a failed connection
  • Fixed a bug whereby selecting a target identical to the previous one would not clear the "Configured on a different system" readiness warning
  • Fixed bug in preparing and updating the progress bar when performing a Sync Selection or Trial Sync Selection operation
  • Fixed a bug whereby disabling the summary sheet in a container task window would prevent the window from being closable
  • The Trial Sync Selector sheet window no longer crashes if the task is aborted behind its back (such as when targets become lost)
  • Fixed a bug whereby resetting the sync history would not 'forget' certain values
  • Fixed a bug whereby evaluating rules was not thread safe resulting in possible problems during concurrent operations
  • Fixed a bug whereby a forced attribute sync on a folder would trick the pruning logic into pruning that folder if no child items were processed
  • Fixed a bug whereby file servers could fail to refresh their displayed state in the Analyze Panel after performing a sync, deletion or restore
  • Fixed a bug whereby trying to apply attributes to a folder that was really an alias to a folder (with resolve aliases enabled), would wipe out the alias
  • Fixed a bug whereby resetting the status of a force-sync'd file-pair would not refresh the file pair and thus not immediately show the correct status of the file pair
  • Implemented a workaround to a bug in the 'bless' utility whereby a bootable APFS volume might not appear when invoking Startup Manager (Option-Boot)
  • Fixed a bug that affected the Bootable Backup assistant to ensure that if multiple volumes exist in an APFS container, only bootable volumes can be chosen as the source target
  • Fixed a bug whereby presenting the Termination Window (i.e. "There are scheduled syncs running, do you really want to quit?") would eventually cause the menubar to stop animating
ChronoAgent 1.6.2:
Miscellaneous
  • Eliminated overzealous authd system log messages triggered by the ChronoAgent Monitor
Fixed
  • Fixed a bug whereby ChronoAgent was failing a WAN-IP check because we were attempting to access the dynamic DNS service webpage using http:// instead of https://

Screenshots:

  • Title: ChronoSync 4.8.3 & ChronoAgent 1.6.2
  • Developer: Econ Technologies, Inc
  • Compatibility: OS X 10.10 or later
  • Language: English
  • Includes: K'ed by The Shark
  • Size: 68.76 MB
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