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Create Schedule

A backup job schedule is the time that you want the backup job to be executed.
You can set a schedule in the job settings.

Example configuration page for a new schedule:

Create New Schedule Page


Schedule Name

This will be used internally for your convenience

Schedule Type

  • Hourly - Will be executed every X hours.
  • Daily - Will be executed every day, you can choose days of the week to execute/exclude the backup.
  • Weekly - Will be executed once a week, you can choose the day of the week to be executed on.
  • Monthly - Will be executed monthly, you can choose from 1st of the month / 7th of the month / 14th of the month / 21st of the month / 28th of the month (one of them, some of them or all of them).
  • After Backup job is done - The job depends on another Backup job to be finished, only then it will be executed. When this option is chosen, You can also set a "delay" in minutes/hours/days to wait before starting.

Schedule Hours

On Hourly Schedule Type option you can choose every one/two/three/four/six/eight/twelve Hours to execute the backup.

Schedule Days

On Daily/Weekly Schedule Type options you can choose days of the week to execute the backup.
On Monthly Schedule Type options you can choose from 1st/7th/14th/21st/28th of the month (one of them, some of them or all of them).

Backup Retain

Set the number of Backups to keep.

Schedule Time

On Daily/Weekly/Monthly Schedule Type options you can choose the time of the day to execute the backup.

Schedule Delay

On After Backup job is done Schedule Type options you can also set a "delay" in minutes/hours/days to wait before starting the job.