Name: On Site Backup
Release Date: September 11, 2015
Developer: Holy Mackerel Software
MAS Rating: 4+
Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS X 10.7.4 or later
Courtesy of TNT Team.
More information: http://www.onsitebackupapp.com
Mac App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/app/on-site-backup/id596075451?mt=12
Our data used to be on our PCs. We needed an Off Site Backup to protect it. Today, our data is in the Cloud. Now we need an On Site Backup to protect it.
On Site Backup is a program to backup SQL databases, FTP sites and mapped drives quickly and automatically.
Source SQL databases include: MS SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQLite
Destination SQL databases include: DB2, FireBird, Informix, Interbase, MS SQL, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQLBase, SQLite (text), SQLite (database file) and Sybase.
What's New in Version 1.7:
[Fix] The Edit windows now no longer appear on the File Transfers windows, if that window was open.
[Fix] The FTP Transfers window no longer appears if you are not performing a single FTP backup.
[Fix] There was a problem in FTP and Directory backups storing files with a ‘/‘ in their name in the previous version due to the move to more modern MacOS path conventions. This has now been resolved.
[New] Added support for backing up from MS SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQLite.
[New] Added support for exporting as XML.
[New] Added support for exporting in SQL format as DB2, FireBird, Informix, Interbase, MS SQL, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQLBase, SQLite (text), SQLite (database file) or Sybase.
[New] Added the ability to Restore all the tables from a Backup.
[New] Downloading database records is now in smaller subsets (up to 1 million record chunks), to limit memory problems during the backup of massive numbers of records (up to 4 GB per chunk).
[New] FTP transfers now support SFTP.
[New] Secure FTP Transfers now try to use SSLv3 then, if unavailable, downgrade to SSLv2 automatically.
[New] SQL backup can now support table or field names containing spaces.
[New] The FTP Transfers window now has a Close button. If clicked, it hides the window since it may be being used for transferring files.
[New] The SQL produced by the backup may differ from the original table format. This is especially true when you are backing up across different SQL types.
[New] Where a host provides MySQL password authentication over both the pre-4.1.1 and 5.x (much better) methods, the login no longer gives an error, but authenticates using the 5.x method.