|タイトル||Arq for Mac|
|バージョン||5.11.2 5.11.1 5.11 5.10 5.9.7 5.9.6 5.9.4 5.9.3 5.9.2 5.9.1 5.9|
2018/01/27 ver 5.11.2
Release Notes for Arq Backup Version 5.11.2
January 26, 2018
Fixed a crash that could occur when manually updating Arq to a new version.
2018/01/26 ver 5.11.1
Release Notes for Arq Backup Version 5.11.1
January 25, 2018
Fixed an issue that could cause Arq's "arqcommitter" helper program to unexpectedly use large amounts of memory.
2018/01/23 ver 5.11
Release Notes for Arq Backup Version 5.11
January 22, 2018
Reworked the validation process. Instead of validation during a backup session, Arq now validates data in the background, using multiple threads for faster performance.
Added a Change Credentials button in the destination preferences window for B2 so you can easily change the application key.
Added support for AWS Paris region.
Added support for Glacier in the AWS Singapore region.
When creating a B2 bucket, set the lifecycle policy to only keep the last version of a file.
Added a workaround to avoid crashing on bogus login items caused by a High Sierra bug.
Fixed an issue where, if directory data from the previous backup record is missing, Arq would generate many, many errors. Now it logs 1 error.
Fixed an issue where unexpected items in the user's "login items" could cause Arq to crash.
Changed helper programs to exit if they're not launched by Arq or Arq Agent as appropriate.
Allow whitespace characters at the beginning and end of passwords.
Fixed an issue where Arq might try to download a just-uploaded index file which can cause not-found errors in S3 because of S3 latency issues.
2017/11/21 ver 5.10
Release Notes for Arq Backup Version 5.10
November 20, 2017
Fixed a security vulnerability in the restorer helper binaries.
2017/11/18 ver 5.9.7
Release Notes for Arq Backup Version 5.9.7
November 18, 2017
Fixed an issue that could cause the auto-updater to fail to set permissions and relaunch Arq Agent after update.
Fixed a security vulnerability in the auto-updater functionality.
Show folder sizes when browsing backup records.
Added a workaround for Amazon Drive's behavior of closing connections without responding.
2017/11/15 ver 5.9.6
Release Notes for Arq Backup Version 5.9.6
November 14, 2017
Fixed an issue that could cause Arq to fail to show the OAuth authentication window when adding a Google Drive, Google Cloud Storage, Amazon Drive, Dropbox, or OneDrive destination on later versions of macOS High Sierra.
Fixed an issue that could cause Arq to fail to show the contents of directories in a backup record.
Release Notes for Arq Backup Version 5.9.5
November 13, 2017
Fixed backup scheduling issues.
Fixed a security issue with automatic update.
When thinning backups, always keep the oldest backup record.
If OneDrive returns a "quotaLimitReached" error, report the error and abort the backup.
If no changes were found backing up and the most recent backup record was "in-progress" (perhaps because the previous backup aborted) remove the in-progress backup record.
Improved the error message when Arq gets an error trying to read extended attributes.
Improved performance of browsing backup records.
2017/09/30 ver 5.9.4
Release Notes for Arq Backup Version 5.9.4
September 30, 2017
Fixed an issue where deleting a backup set didn't include deleting all related Glacier objects.
Fixed an issue where adding a Google Cloud Storage target could cause Arq to freeze if an error occurs talking to Google Cloud Storage.
Fixed an issue where a transient error during deleting unreferenced objects could cause the task to abort instead of retry.
Fixed an issue where, if not all items are checked under a "root" folder in the edit-backup-selections window, the root item didn't have a "mixed-case" (hyphen) checkmark.
Switched to V2 API for getting Dropbox quota info (all other API calls were already V2) because Dropbox retired the V1 API. This may cause issues for Dropbox for Teams users if the Dropbox API doesn't return team space-available information.
2017/09/04 ver 5.9.3
Release Notes for Arq Backup Version 5.9.3
September 3, 2017
Fixed an issue where an unexpected error type during backup could cause the backup process to stop.
2017/08/24 ver 5.9.2
Release Notes for Arq Backup Version 5.9.2
August 23, 2017
Fixed an issue that could cause Arq to drop the oldest backup record if "thin backups from hourly to daily to weekly" is checked in the preferences.
Use the correct (custom) port number when updating credentials for an S3-compatible destination.
2017/08/12 ver 5.9.1
Release Notes for Arq Backup Version 5.9.1
August 11, 2017
Added a workaround for when B2 returns unexpected data in a list-file-names response.
If a timeout or other error occurs when writing a temporary file to an SFTP server (before moving it atomically to its final location), attempt to delete the temporary file.
Fixed an issue where Arq would download much more Dropbox data than necessary when validating backup records.
If Amazon Drive returns a "Next token is expired" error when listing the contents of a folder, restart the folder listing.
If the S3 IAM user doesn't have permission to get the list of existing buckets, ask if it should continue anyway using the bucket name entered.
Rearranged the destination preferences window so it's short enough to fit on a 12" MacBook.
2017/07/28 ver 5.9
Release Notes for Arq Backup Version 5.9
July 27, 2017
Added Backblaze B2 (super-cheap) storage as an option for backup destination.
Added Wasabi (super-cheap, S3-style storage) as an option for backup destination.
Added a storage comparison guide for help in choosing a destination for your backups.
Fixed an issue where the entered bucket name for an S3-compatible destination wasn't being used properly.
If a directory disappears during scanning, don't log an error about it.
Fixed an issue that could cause re-uploading of data when validating very old backups (created by Arq 3).
Don't allow deleting of in-progress backup record.
If nothing has been configured for backup, log an error instead of doing nothing.
Fixed incorrect label in the edit-destination dialog.
Do not write an error to the session log if the user manually stopped the backup.