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Carbon Copy Cloner 6.0.3 macOS
CCC 6 offers unprecedented accountability for your backup tasks, plus a brand new file copier that’s faster, smarter, and designed to adapt to Apple’s fast pace of OS and filesystem innovation. Combined with a sleeker, modern interface, we think you’re going to love this new version of CCC.
What’s new in CCC 6?
Faster backups with our next-generation file copier
We’ve completely rebuilt our file copier to take advantage of the performance characteristics of modern storage. Built on a multi-threaded design, our new file copier provides a foundation for many of the new features noted below, and paves the way for many new features in the future.
CCC Dashboard: The new menubar application
CCC’s menubar application has gotten a complete makeover. The new “Dashboard” offers one-click access to starting, stopping and monitoring your CCC tasks, plus details about recent task activity.
The Dashboard also gives you a heads up to snapshot disk usage on the startup disk. Have you ever deleted files from the startup disk, emptied the Trash, then wondered why the space wasn’t freed? Many people have been blindsided by the creation of snapshots on the startup disk – by CCC, Time Machine, and even macOS. CCC’s Dashboard tracks the disk usage consumed by snapshots. If a sudden change occurs, or if disk usage is exceeding expectations, CCC raises the change to your attention so you can address the root of the matter.
Snapshot Navigator: Easy way to explore older versions of files
Looking to restore a specific version of a file? CCC’s Snapshot Navigator allows you to step through older versions of your backups and get a preview of your files as they were at specific points in time.
Redesigned Interface with Dark Mode
CCC v6 includes a new, cleaner user interface. We reorganized the main window to make it smaller while making many of the controls and font sizes larger. We completely redesigned every window in CCC; revisited every button, every icon, and every color decision to offer a high quality Dark Mode experience. CCC now offers more detailed progress indication while a task is running, including a time remaining estimate. File processing and transfer rates are now charted live during backup tasks. Hover your mouse over the chart to view the current write rate (white) and files evaluated per second (green).
Quick Update: Leveraging FSEvents for super quick updates to the destination
Did you know that macOS keeps track of changes to folders? CCC 6’s Quick Update taps into this service (called “FSEvents”) and the result is lightning quick updates to your backups – no exhaustive scanning for changes required. When Quick Update is enabled for a task, CCC will ask the FSEvents service for a list of folders modified on the source since the last backup rather than scanning every folder for changes. The performance benefit of this feature cannot be understated, we’ve seen up to 20X improvement to backup time, especially for tasks involving a destination network volume.
Compare: Visual comparison of the source and destination
You’ve finished your backup but the source and the destination aren’t exactly the same size; did CCC miss something? Probably not – the disk usage of your source and destination are usually different, but what are the specific differences?
CCC’s Compare feature offers a visual comparison of your task’s source and destination, and provides details if the differences are the result of a task filter. Use this feature to quickly determine if something is missing from the backup, or if folder size differences are simply the result of files sitting in the Trash.
Task Preview: See what changes CCC is going to make before actually making them
If you’ve ever been nervous about what changes CCC may make on a destination volume, you can use the new Preview feature in CCC 6 to see what’s going to happen before making the changes. This “Dry Run” is available via the Preview button in CCC’s toolbar, and any time you save a task for which the SafetyNet feature has been disabled.
Backup Audit: Task History events include a list of transactions
What was copied, and why? You asked for this, and we’re delivering it with style in CCC 6. When your tasks run, CCC will record detailed information about the transactions that occurred during the task, e.g. files copied, files updated, folders created or updated, files deleted or archived. You can view these backup audits in CCC’s Task History window, and never again wonder why CCC copied a particular file.
New scheduling option: Run a backup task “When files are modified on the source”
Using the same underlying technology that’s used by the “Quick Update” feature, CCC 6 offers a new automation option that allows you to have a task run when a threshold of data changes have occurred at the source. So rather than hourly or daily, etc., the task will run after 5GB’s worth of data has changed (for example). You can throttle that with a time limit as well, e.g. don’t run the task more than once every 5 minutes.
Advanced File verification
Previous versions of CCC have included the exhaustive “Find and replace corrupted files” option, but that option has a couple shortcomings that we wanted to resolve. CCC 6 can verify files at the end of the backup task, and also offers the opportunity to verify files on the source and destination, independently, against a hash that was recorded when the file was last copied.
Verifying the integrity of the source or destination
CCC 6 stores the modification date, size, and checksum of every file that was copied by a particular task. On demand, you can ask CCC to evaluate files on either the source or destination (independently of the other volume) against historical checksums. This gives you the opportunity to not only verify the integrity of the backup, but also to verify the integrity of the source.
Verification of files that were copied by the current task event
If you’ve ever migrated data to a new disk, you’ve probably wondered, “How do I know that all of the data was actually copied?” You may also not have realized that media sector failure is most often discovered on read, not on write, which means that data corruption that occurs on the new disk isn’t usually discovered until some time in the future when you try to re-read the files. This new Advanced Setting offers a new postflight task option to verify files that were written to the destination.
Other new features and improvements
Our to do list never ends, and we’re constantly receiving great feedback from users on how we can improve CCC.
Here are just a handful of simple improvements that we’re excited to introduce in CCC v6:
- Per-task control over the file copier’s CPU usage.
- You can temporarily pause a backup task.
- More information about your source and destination right at your fingertips – click on the source or destination selector to see extensive information about the selected volume.
- Refined Simple Mode – quitting and reopening CCC to switch modes is no longer necessary.
- Items that cause task errors can be excluded directly from the Task History Errors table.
- CCC’s Task Filter now offers support for respecting macOS “backupd” exclusions (i.e. exclusions defined for Time Machine).
- Fixed an issue in which CCC was unable to replace a folder on the destination with a symbolic link (i.e. because a folder on the source had been replaced by a symbolic link). This issue primarily affected macOS Catalina users, but could also affect Big Sur users for tasks that used the “Don’t delete anything” SafetyNet setting.
- Improved the handling of cases where a source NAS presents a symlink as an ordinary file. Fixed an accounting issue that led to unusually high “data copied” values in those cases.
- Resolved a condition in which the “Maintain a record of transactions” checkbox became practically uncheck-able in CCC 6.0.2.
- Fixed a permissions issue that can cause applications to not work correctly when restored from a volume whose ownership is disabled.
- Relative date references (e.g. “Today”, “Yesterday”) in the Task Plan and Task History window are now correctly updated when a date change event occurs (i.e. at midnight).
- SafetyNet pruning settings are now consistently visible when the destination is HFS+ formatted.
- Errors that occur due to the OneDrive service’s interference with CCC archiving activity on the destination are now suppressed. These typically go away on their own without intervention.
- Fixed a logic issue that caused the “Never show this dialog” setting to be ignored for the “Remove task audit” dialog.
- Fixed the “Bring all to front” menu item in the Window menu.
- Improved the handling of manual sort order changes of the Tasks list.
- The CCC Dashboard window position is now retained when it’s closed and later reopened.
- Fixed an issue in which CCC would not remove additional snapshots from the destination when free space was exhausted in the middle of a backup task (specific to cases where SafetyNet was disabled).
- Fixed an issue that could cause slow performance during postflight re-verification of files copied by the current task in cases where the task was also configured to use the “Find and replace corrupted files” setting.
- CCC will no longer create a snapshot on the source when the source and destination are folders on the same APFS volume. Instead CCC will use the APFS clonefile() function to make clones of files in these cases.
- Resolved a case where CCC was stripping the destination volume’s custom icon in a folder-to-volume task configuration.
- The search field in the Task History window Audit tab now yields results that match folder names as well as file names. bar for a task or group. When the “group completed” icon is dismissed, that state is now recalled across launches of CCC.
- Added a new “Last Successful Run” token for the email notification template.
- Added a Start button to the “Upcoming Group and Task Events” view for task groups.
- Updated how APFS volume disk usage is calculated on macOS Monterey.
- Fixed a rendering issue for the Task Plan text on macOS Monterey.
- Eliminated some spurious “updated attributes” transactions that were getting created when backing up to a NAS volume.
- Resolved a conflict between the “Remove excluded items” setting and custom protection rules. Custom protection rules now have precedence over the “Remove excluded items” setting.
Compatibility: OS X 10.10 or later