What's New v9.0.5

 

PeerSync, Peer-To-Peer Folder Synchronization Utility, Version 9.0.5

 

To upgrade, double-click on the installation file (peersync90.exe or peersync90-uac.exe) in the Explorer window, or choose "Run" from the Start Menu and then select the application.

 

If you are upgrading the current version of PeerSync (8.6 to 9.0) simply install the application over your existing PeerSync and the previous version will be backed up in a sub-folder called 'BACKUP' (if the option to keep a backup is selected during the installation).

 

If you are evaluating a new version of PeerSync 9.0 and you already have an existing copy of PeerSync 8.6 or older, please select a new directory during the installation.

 

Note: For more information on the latest features and how to implement specific scenarios please go to: http://www.peersoftware.com/support/knowledgebase/category/peersync.html

 


Embedded Open File Manager (EOFM)

 

PeerSync's Embedded Open File Manager (EOFM) option was created and bundled into PeerSync through a third party partner named EVault. EVault has announced that EOFM is now "End-of-Life" and no further development or support will be provided. Thus, Peer Software will no longer be including EOFM as part of PeerSync beginning in PeerSync version 9.0. In addition, we are no longer able to provide technical support on EOFM effective immediately.

 

For Peer Software customers currently using EOFM and who are on a valid maintenance support contract, we offer a FREE upgrade from EOFM to the Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) option. We urge all customers to take advantage of this FREE upgrade offer. Peer Software is continuing development and support for VSS.


New Features

ID

DESCRIPTION

905-N01

NEW! Improved support for Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8.


Miscellaneous

ID

DESCRIPTION

905-F01

Fixed an issue during non persistent runs of PeerSync when using Managed Files (VSS) did not always close the PeerSync session properly.

905-F02

Fixed an issue where during service runs PeerSync would log the following message to the PSError log:

 

EOutOfResources - Cannot remove shell notification icon (MainPSfrm 18)

905-F03

Improved non-persistent runs communication with Peer Administrator to display Finished - Waiting for Status Display to Close if applicable and Finished when closed.

905-F04

Fixed sporadic issue when using the third Open Files method that could cause one of the following messages and/or delays in processing file adds or updates:

 

Creation of list for Listener failed - [CreateList 2] Error Opening File: SRCFILENAME

Cannot open source file (Added To Retry List): SRCFILENAME

Could not open source file: SRCFILENAME

 

Changed message reported  from:

Creation of list for Listener failed - [CreateList 2] Error Opening File: SRCFILENAME

 

To:

Creation of list for Listener failed - Cannot open source file: : SRCFILENAME

905-F05

Fixed a potential issue where PeerSync would fail to initialize if running with a user account name that is greater than 16 characters in length.

 

PSError.log Example:

 

EAccessViolation - Access violation at address 009A360F in module 'PeerSync.exe'. Write of address 0017FDD0 (Init Failed3)

905-F08

Fixed a potential issue where the getting and setting of ACLs may have caused PeerSync to freeze in some environments.

905-F09

Fixed an issue where file and/or folder deletes may have been reported during connection failures even though the target files/folders were not actually deleted due to the connection failure.

 

This could potentially cause files and folders to be brought back after reconnect if running a bi-directional job where the connection failure occurred during a scan and/or the Global Recovery/Offline Options > Failed Connection Options setting was set to Run a scan on reconnect (if needed) within the Profile.

 

Note: This issue would not normally occur when using the default Deletion Folder option to Move deleted files to an alternate location where the Deletion Folder was set to the same drive as the target folder.

905-F10

Fixed an issue where installing PeerLock as a service from the Profiler would show the following dialog (The account name is invalid or does not exist...):

 

Warning

 

Note: This would only occur if the PeerSync service is not installed.

905-F11

Fixed an issue that may show the following Access Violation message when typing in certain incorrect paths into the source or target selections:

 

Access Violation

905-F12

Fixed a potential issue where PeerSync may have become unresponsive after connection failures when processing a large amount of retries.


Display

ID

DESCRIPTION

905-F06

Fixed an issue where the Advanced Display in the Profiler would not show Unicode characters on the Messages tab.

905-F07

Fixed an issue where saving display lists to CSV format files would not store Unicode characters properly.  In some cases CSV format files would not automatically load by default in Excel without manually re-saving the file as Unicode or modifying the delimiter in the CSV from tabs to commas.

905-F13

Fixed a display issue where the current file size transferred for TCP jobs would not be accurate.


 

 

Related Links:

What's New v9.0.4 - Released 11/28/2012

What's New v9.0.3 - Released 09/20/2012

What's New v9.0.2 - Released 09/20/2012

What's New v9.0.1 - Released 08/23/2012

What's New v9.0.0 - Released 08/08/2012

What's New v8.6.6 - Released 03/23/2012

What's New v8.6.5 - Released 01/25/2012

What's New v8.6.0 - Released 11/18/2011

What's New v8.5.4 - Released 06/22/2011

What's New v8.5.3 - Released 04/15/2011

What's New v8.5.2 - Released 01/07/2011

What's New v8.5.1 - Released 07/26/2010

What's New v8.5.0 - Released 06/28/2010

What's New v8.0.2 - Released 01/15/2010

What's New v8.0.1 - Released 07/30/2009

What's New v8.0.0 - Released 07/02/2009

What's New v7.4.5 - Released 12/17/2008

What's New v7.4.4 - Released 10/23/2008

What's New v7.4.3 - Released 07/09/2008

What's New v7.4.2 - Released 04/23/2008

What's New v7.4.1 - Released 01/31/2008

 

 

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, February 27, 2013