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Performance Settings

Concurrent Queued Tasks

Set maximum concurrent tasks that are initiated on-demand (Restores, Downloads, Snapshots, Quick Clone) [ Set 0 for unlimited ].

Concurrent Scheduled Tasks

Set maximum concurrent tasks that each job type (Backups/Clones/Reindex) should run simultaneously [ Set 0 for unlimited ].

This value applies per type (Backups/Clones/Reindex).
For example, we created 3 backup jobs, 3 Clone job & 3 reindex jobs - Setting the queue value to 3 will pick up 3 jobs at the same time per type, so eventually, 9 total jobs (3 of each type) will run together.

Queue Priority Groups

Manage all of the queue processes priority groups.

To create new queue priority, click on 'Manage Queue Priority Groups' and click 'Create New Queue Priority' on the next page.

Queue Priorities

Specify the queue priority group name and corresponding priority value (the lower the value, the higher the priority) then hit 'Save'

Add New Queue Priority

For more information on how to set the queue priority for each account(s), please visit Manage Account.

Queue Priority Settings

Queue Priority Settings

Manage Queue Priority

Click on Manage Queue Priority to modify the queue priority settings.

Delete Queue Priority

Click on Delete Queue Priority to delete your queue priority.

Make sure that the queue priority group is not assigned to any account(s) and is not set as the default priority group in order to delete it.

Set as Default

Set the priority group as the default value.

Directory Download Queue Priority Group

Set the queue priority group assigned to a directory download in relation to account download & restore queue priority groups.

Compress databases on the backup process

**High usage of IO** - Activate only when needed, this will execute "gzip" command for each database (*.sql files).

Skip Bandwidth Data

Don't backup cPanel's bandwidth data. Set this to "yes" if this information is not needed, this will help improve the backup time

Skip Mail Man

Don't backup mailman data.

Update Incremental Backups Sizes

**High usage of IO on the backup server**- Activate only when needed, this will execute "du" command on the SSH and Local backup servers to calculate folder sizes.

Restore Server Load Limits

The default is 5, If the server load reaches this limit, restore process will wait for the load to go down. [ To disable insert 0 ]

Restore sleep time

The default is 60 Seconds, Time to wait between restore points, could be useful when server load is high (when creating/packing an account). [ To disable insert 0 ]

Limit accounts Downloads

The default is 1 Download, select the number of downloads that you permit to keep for each account. [ To disable insert 0 ]

Downloads Delete TTL

The default is 1 Day, select the number of days you want to keep downloads on your server. [ To disable insert 0 ]

MySQL Settings

MySQL Dump max allowed packet

The maximum packet length to send to or receive from the server.

MySQL Dump force flag

Continue even if we get an SQL error.

MySQL Dump opt flag

Same as --add-drop-table, --add-locks, --create-options, --skip-opt.

MySQL Dump skip lock table flag

Continue even if we get a lock table error.