19.12.8 ‘Voyager’ released

Changes compared to 19.12.7

– The Comet Backup uninstaller on macOS was moved to the Resources subdirectory of the `.app` package, to comply with Apple TN2206.

– Enhancement: Improve performance of logging large job reports

– Enhancement: Improve detection of Synology DSM operating systems on the Connected Devices page in the Comet Server web interface

– Enhancement: Cosmetic display Linux distribution icon on the Connected Devices page in the Comet Server web interface

– Fix an issue with switching existing constellation target servers onto ‘local’

– Fix an issue with entering “NT SERVICE\backup.delegate” as the Username for a Microsoft SQL Server backup job

– Fix an issue with slow Comet Server startup while performing integrity validation on large comet-jobs.db3 database files

– Fix an issue with leftover zero-byte comet-jobs.db.lock file after db3 file format migration

– Fix an issue with repeated “Shadow copying the specified volume is not supported” error messages

– Fix an issue with Apple Notary compatibility when remotely codesigning a Comet Backup macOS installer using SSH

– Fix an issue with Comet Server not cleaning up temporary files when remotely codesigning a Comet Backup macOS installer using SSH

– Fix an issue with XCode 10 / 11 compatibility when remotely codesigning a Comet Backup macOS installer using SSH

– Fix an issue with changing settings in the Comet Backup desktop app causing the device’s historic operating system version to disappear from the Comet Server web interface

– Fix an issue with empty job reports if Websockets are not supported on the local network

– Fix a cosmetic issue with unnecessary call-to-action emphasis on Cancel dialog buttons in the Comet Server web interface