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Carbon Copy Cloner 3.1 Released

Carbon Copy Cloner 3.1 Released

Posted March 26, 2008 at 4:18pm by iClarified
Bombich has released Carbon Copy Cloner 3.1.

CCC can clone one hard drive to another, copying every single block or file to create an exact replica of your source hard drive. CCC's block-level copy offers the absolute best fidelity in the industry!

Carbon Copy Cloner 3.1 Released

Version 3.1 Updates
* Implemented rsync 3.0.0 to provide even greater fidelity when backing up using the "Copy selected items" backup method
* Improved the wording of options in the interface to make it more clear what CCC is doing
* Implemented "bootability" checks -- CCC now reports whether the backup volume will be bootable based upon the options you have chosen
* CCC now offers a dialog box to opt out of a backup task that is scheduled to occur when the target volume is reattached
* Resolved an issue in which an existing disk image selected as the target would not get mounted during a "Copy everything" backup
* When creating a new sparse image during a "Copy everything" backup, the capacity of the disk image is now the same as the capacity of the source volume rather then just enough space to accommodate the files that will be copied
* Resolved issues with installing the Authentication Credentials installer package from multiple source machines on a single target machine
* Adjusted permissions of the archival folders so that admin users can modify their contents
* Adjusted permissions of target disk image so that admin users can mount it read-write
* Resolved an issue in which scheduled tasks would not run upon reboot (Leopard only)
* Resolved an issue in which a backup using the "Copy everything from source to target" method would fail soon after erasing the target volume
* CCC no longer allows the scheduling of tasks that erase the target volume
* Fixed a regression in which the "invisible" flag is not preserved when performing a backup with the "Copy everything" method (Leopard only)
* CCC no longer errantly warns the user that specifying "/" as the path on a remote source volume will overwrite the boot volume
* Resolved an issue in which specifying a path with a space in it would cause CCC to back up to the wrong location on a remote Macintosh, potentially resulting in data loss

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