Dantz Development Corp. today released a minor update to Retrospect Backup 5.0 that the company is recommending for customers to download and install.
The update corrects a problem that cause all Retrospect Backup 5.0 editions under Mac OS X to increase their memory usage while any LaunchCFMApp process was running. The LaunchCFMApp process is used by Mac OS X to open Carbon applications.
The update also fixes an issue that could cause problems for Retrospect Desktop, Workgroup and Server Backup 5.0 editions running under Mac OS 9. Those editions could assert failure (with “elem.c-812”) when backup up a client AppleShare IP Server or a client computer that has personal file sharing turned on. This problem does not effect Retrospect Express.
The Retrospect Express 5.0 updater is available for
from Dantz’s Web site. Similarly, the Retrospect Desktop/Workgroup/Server 5.0 updater is also available for