Backup Configuration

The legacy backup system is currently disabled. Click here to manage the legacy backup system.

Global Settings

This option will enable or disable backup activity.

This option saves all of your information, and uses less disk space, but it takes more time to complete.
Timeout must be between 300 and 50000.

Enter the number of seconds the backup will attempt to run. If the backup attempt is not successful in this time, it will timeout and stop.

Timeout must be between 300 and 50000.

Enter the number of seconds the restore will attempt to run. If the restore attempt is not successful in this time, it will timeout and stop.

Scheduling and Retention

At least one day must be selected for daily backups.
Daily retention must be between 1 and 9999.

Files

This option allows root users to assign a specific backup system to each user.

This option allows you to enable or disable backups for suspended accounts.

When enabled this option confines the domain lookup to this server only, and does not query the DNS cluster.

This option is not needed for account restoration, but it is needed for server restoration. Enabling this option is highly recommended.

Databases

At least “Per Account” is needed to use the restore feature.

Configure Backup Directory

Invalid path to the backup folder.

In this field, you must provide an absolute path to the local backup directory.

This option will keep backups in the default local backup directory even after the backups have been transferred to another destination.

If this option is not selected, backups will be deleted after being moved to another destination.

This option requires a separate drive/Network File System (NFS) mount.

Additional Destinations

Amazon S3â„¢
Destination Transport System Backup Status Actions
There are currently no additional backup destinations.
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