Backup Configuration

Backup Status

Toggle backup activity.

Global Settings

Backup Type

Save all of your information, use less disk space, but take more time to create a backup.

Save all of your information, use more disk space, but take less time to complete a backup.

Only save the information that has changed since your last backup.

If you enable this option and the available disk space is less than the amount that you specified, the system will not run the backup.

Maximum Destination Backup Timeout

Enter the number of seconds during which the destination backup will attempt to run. If the destination backup attempt is not successful during this time, it will time out and stop.

seconds

Maximum Backup Restoration Timeout

Enter the number of seconds during which the system will attempt to run the backup restoration. If the restoration cannot complete in the specified time, it will cancel.

seconds

Scheduling and Retention

Daily Backup
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday

Retention

Enter the number of daily backups that you wish to keep in the system at one time.

backups
Strictly enforce retention, regardless of backup success.

For more information, read our Backup Configuration documentation.

Weekly Backup
Monthly Backup

Files

Select the files that you want to include in a backup.

Root users can toggle a user account backup or assign a specific backup system to a user.

Toggle backups for suspended accounts.

Confine the domain lookup to this server only and do not query the DNS cluster.

Recommended. Supports server restoration.

Databases

Select the databases that you want to include in a backup.

Back up SQL Databases

Configure the Backup Directory

Default Backup Directory

You must enter an absolute path to the local backup directory.

The system does not apply quota limits to the default backup directory, /backup. To avoid performance degradation, we recommend that you store backups in a quota-disabled filesystem.

Retain backups in the default local backup directory, even after the system transfers the backups to another destination.

If you disable this option, the system will delete the backups after they move to another destination.

Requires a separate drive or other mount point.

Additional Destinations

Destination Type

Destination Transport System Backup Supports Incremental Status
Actions
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Backup Status

Toggle backup activity.

Global Settings

Backup Type

Save all of your information, use less disk space, but take more time to create a backup.

Save all of your information, use more disk space, but take less time to complete a backup.

Only save the information that has changed since your last backup.

If you enable this option and the available disk space is less than the amount that you specified, the system will not run the backup.

Maximum Destination Backup Timeout

Enter the number of seconds during which the destination backup will attempt to run. If the destination backup attempt is not successful during this time, it will time out and stop.

seconds

Maximum Backup Restoration Timeout

Enter the number of seconds during which the system will attempt to run the backup restoration. If the restoration cannot complete in the specified time, it will cancel.

seconds

Scheduling and Retention

Daily Backup
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday

Retention

Enter the number of daily backups that you wish to keep in the system at one time.

backups
Strictly enforce retention, regardless of backup success.

For more information, read our Backup Configuration documentation.

Weekly Backup
Monthly Backup

Files

Select the files that you want to include in a backup.

Root users can toggle a user account backup or assign a specific backup system to a user.

Toggle backups for suspended accounts.

Confine the domain lookup to this server only and do not query the DNS cluster.

Recommended. Supports server restoration.

Databases

Select the databases that you want to include in a backup.

Back up SQL Databases

Configure the Backup Directory

Default Backup Directory

You must enter an absolute path to the local backup directory.

The system does not apply quota limits to the default backup directory, /backup. To avoid performance degradation, we recommend that you store backups in a quota-disabled filesystem.

Retain backups in the default local backup directory, even after the system transfers the backups to another destination.

If you disable this option, the system will delete the backups after they move to another destination.

Requires a separate drive or other mount point.

Additional Destinations

Destination Type

Destination Transport System Backup Supports Incremental Status
Actions
Loading destinations … No destinations found.