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General Settings


Debug Active

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Error Reporting

This will silently send error reports (email) to JetApps support team. By setting this to "YES", you are helping us to find bugs and improve the product

Generate root Master Private Key

This generation button will only generate a new key if the key does not exist.

Workspace Directory

The default is /usr/local/jetapps/usr/jetbackup/workspace. The workspace directory that the system will use to store all the temporary files. To prevent issues with the system performance, move the original folder (/etc/jetapps/apps/jetbackup/workspace) to the new destination instead of creating a new directory

Downloads Directory

The downloads directory that the system will use to store all the destination directory/files download (downloads that are not related to any account). To prevent issues with the system performance, create new directory in the new destination, and DO NOT move the original folder

Kill zombie process id's

The default is 7 Days, Kill zombie process id's [ To disable insert 0 ]

Days to keep logs history

The default is 30 Day, The time to keep logs. [ To disable insert 0 ]

Manual Backups Retain

The default is 14 backups, How many manually backups to keep.

Manually Backups TTL

The default is 7 days, days to keep manually backups. [ if you don't want to delete manually backups, insert 0 ]

API Notification System

JetBackup can send notification alerts on each action it performs.
If you want to fail the current operation remotely you should return HTTP code 670,
otherwise, the operation will always be completed.

It can be useful when integrating the system with CRM systems (WHMCS for example). If you enable this option you must fill the URL field.