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ChronoSync 4.9.4 & ChronoAgent 1.9.2


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Name ChronoSync 4.9.4 and ChronoAgent
Size 88.12 MB
Created on 2019-08-11 00:12:39
Hash c722742bbad16d932442e7c053011426d5cfa158
Files ChronoSync 4.9.4 and ChronoAgent (88.12 MB)

Descriptions for ChronoSync 4.9.4 & ChronoAgent 1.9.2

ChronoSync is an application for Mac, which can be used to synchronize or backup files and folders. Allows you to make a backup of the entire system as well, to create a bootable backup

With ChronoSync can sync or do a backup for most devices and directories, and all that can be connected to the Mac, including a folder on your Mac, other Macs, PCs and external drives.

  • 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.

Intel, 64-bit processor OS X 10.8 or later

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What’s New in ChronoSync 4.9.4

Changes & Enhancements:
  • Changed Strict Volume Identification to no longer examine deviceModel and deviceProtocol
  • Implemented full Diagnostic Logging support in the InterConneX connections
Bug Fixes:
  • Fixed a bug when communicating with an InterConneX sharespace as a target whereby it was not likely going to be able to copy into a locked folder
  • Fixed a bug whereby if invoking a Trial Sync and target validation fails, subsequent attempts to invoke a standard sync (after correcting the cause of the validation failure) would invoke Trial Sync again unexpectedly
  • Fixed a few diagnostic messages that were being generated in nondebug builds
  • Fixed the logic used to determine a unique, temporary file name for copying to a remote cloud or InterConneX target as it had concurrence issues and could return nonunique filenames if called simultaneously from different threads
  • Fixed a bug whereby setting the UF_HIDDEN, UF_IMMUTABLE and UF_APPEND BSD flags on a file stored in an InterConneX target was prone to setting random values for those flags
  • Fixed a bug whereby extracting a file path from a collection record could result in a corrupt path. This could lead to errors or even a crash
  • Fixed a bug whereby the readonly destination readiness test would report “Left target is readonly” when BOTH targets were readonly, even though it was a lefttoright sync



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