CloudBerry S3 Backup is usually a effective Windows program that automates backup and restore processes to Amazon S3 cloud storage.
As Continually we want to make what works Preferred for our consumers and in the newer release we are introducing a Real-time backup alternative which is also know on the market as Continuous Data Protection (CDP). With this feature Just about every plunge to the files are going to be captured automatically and you simply don’t need to have to begin a separate schedule for any backup. It will automatically try to find new and modified files and send the copies on the cloud storage from the background.
To enable Real-time backup effortless open Backup Wizard and go right on the Schedule step. With this step now you come with an choice to select Real-time backup as an alternative to the schedule.
In the hood the modifications are captured instantly however the Data is uploaded to Cloud storage Every 10 minutes. This is the default behavior therefore you can alter that inside options.
Tips on how to Alter Intervals for Real-Time Backup
In some cases you should change time intervals for real-time backup. Customizable are intervals for live image backup software, purge and notification. By default worth for real-time backup can be a minute, for purge – one hour as well as notifications – some day.
Below is a manual to be able to alter those intervals:
1. Stop CloudBerry Backup service.
2. Demand installation folder of the version of CloudBerry Backup.
three. Open “enginesettings.list” file with any text editor.
four. Locate lines with all the following values:
RTBBackupInterval – time interval for backup.
RTBPurgeInterval – time interval for purge.
RTBNotificationInterval – time interval for email notification.
5. Edit time values for actions you would like to alter intervals for.
To set real-time backup periodicity to 30 seconds, alter time value from 00:01:00 to 00:00:30.
To set real-time purge periodicity to 30 minutes, alter time value from 01:00:00 to 00:30:00.
Also to set notification periodicity to 12 hours, alter time value from 1.00:00:00 to 0.12:00:00.
2013-12-06_1713Customized values for real-time backup
6. When you find yourself finished with specifying intervals for real-time backup, save the “enginesettings.list” file.
7. Now you can run CloudBerry Backup service.
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Note: this post applies to CloudBerry Backup.
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