If you're using an application firewall such as Little Snitch, you will see several outgoing network connections coming from CCC. We explain below what connections you should expect to see, and also explain why some connections that look unexpected are simply misreported by Little Snitch.
CCC will make external network connections for the following activity:
Ultima modifica di 24 March 2020
If you frequently use virtual machine container files (e.g. with Parallels, VMWare, VirtualBox, etc.), you may find that CCC's SafetyNet folder tends to get very large, very quickly. Every time you open your virtual machine, the monolithic virtual machine container file is modified, and CCC will require that it gets backed up during the next backup task. If the SafetyNet is on, CCC will move the older version of the VM container file into the SafetyNet folder.
Ultima modifica di 14 January 2015
Rather than requiring you to enter admin credentials every time you want to run a task or make changes to a task, CCC 4 now only requires you to authenticate once when CCC is initially installed. While this new configuration is easier to use and has been requested by countless users, there are situations where this configuration is not appropriate. If you leave your system unattended with an admin user logged in, someone with physical access to your system can modify or run your CCC backup tasks.
Ultima modifica di 13 September 2016
Per default, CCC copia tutto da un volume o una cartella specificata come origine. Se non vuoi copiare tutti gli elementi dall'origine, puoi selezionare "File selezionati" dal menu a comparsa accanto a Clona, sotto il selettore Origine, e poi specificare gli elementi da escludere dal backup.
Ultima modifica di 29 March 2017
Le Impostazioni avanzate di CCC sono utili in determinate situazioni ma non sono richieste per l'uso di routine. Alcune di queste impostazioni comportano un rischio maggiore, quindi usale con cautela e non esitare a fare domande tramite Fai una domanda su CCC… dal menu Aiuto di CCC, nel caso che le spiegazioni seguenti non siano esaurienti per un tuo scenario particolare.
Ultima modifica di 28 October 2016
If your disk is not partitioned using the scheme recommended and supported by Apple, CCC will indicate a warning when you start the backup task such as:
You may have difficulty booting from this destination volume, the underlying disk is not partitioned with a partitioning scheme that Apple recommends for Intel Macs.
Ultima modifica di 11 August 2014
CCC is fully qualified for use with FileVault-protected volumes. CCC offers some advice around enabling encryption in the Disk Center.
Enabling encryption on a volume that contains (or will contain) an installation of macOS
If your goal is to create a bootable, encrypted backup, use the following procedure:
Ultima modifica di 30 March 2018
Ultima modifica di 16 December 2016
CCC makes bootable backups specifically to avoid this kind of situation. When you have a bootable backup, you simply boot from that, then restore everything to a replacement disk or the original disk. One step, minimal time, couldn't be easier. Occasionally people get into this sticky situation though -- I have a backup of everything in a disk image or in a folder on the backup volume, there's a clean installation of macOS on my replacement disk, now how do I get everything back to the way that it was before?
Ultima modifica di 13 October 2016
Often when you have a backup task that runs on a scheduled basis, there are associated tasks that you would like to perform before or after files are actually copied. CCC offers the option to run shell scripts before and after a backup task, unmount or set the destination as the startup disk, run another CCC backup task, and power management options such as restart and shutdown. If you would like to perform any of these pre or post clone tasks, click on the "Use Advanced Settings" button at the bottom of CCC's window.
Ultima modifica di 11 December 2017