I just realized that since I upgraded to macOS Sonoma the
Library/Application Support directory can no longer be accessed by Kopia. I have not changed any settings. Full disk access is still enabled.
Has anyone else seen this behavior and knows how to give Kopia access to the directory again?
If you’re referring to the Application Support folder inside the user’s home - directory, that does work for me. I also verified that there are recent changes, which have been included into the snapshots.
Do you get any error message about that?
Yes, inside the home directory.
The error in each of the snapshots of my home directory says:
Library/Application Support: operation not permitted
Try to remove and then grant Kopia full disk access again.
Done. I get the same error.
I don’t think it has anything to do with full disk access. If that was the issue, wouldn’t other folders be affected as well? It feels more like an extra layer of protection for this specific folder. But I don’t understand where that would come from.
Other then the reminders app, which lists Kopia as the only app, which is allowed to access its data inside the Application Support folder, I don’t know of any other.
You should also be getting a warning dialog, if Kopia cannot access some of your data. If that is not the case, your tcc database may be corrupted and you may needs to check it using the terminal.
What is a tcc database and how can I check it?