Daily backup

  • Is it possible to change the daily backup interval?

    Or even complete manual?

    The idea behind it: In an automatic backup every day, errors are also built in. Z.b I have a running script without error.

    Work there on it and after 2-3 days I can not think of anything working.

    If I had a backup that is 3 days old I could simply re-import it ..

    So I have of course the "broken backup" by the daily backup savedI hope you know how I mean that?

    What would be super that the Backupintervall possibly setting could be eg with Backup Daily:

    Yes / No Interval: Daily, 1 week, 1 month.Backup manually: PerformIs something like that in the planning or on your Todo list?

  • Hi @Peter,

    Not at the moment (AFAIK), but you can change these parameters in /etc/imscp/imscp.conf at the moment:

    Note: If you wish this feature to be added, feel free to open a ticket on youtrack and the maintainer of the project will take a look at it.

  • OK thanks.

    Do you know if this is planned?

    Would be a good idea like this?

    Backup Automatic: Yes / No

    Backup intervall: 1 day, 1 week, 1 month

    Backup manually: Run now

    If you like the proposal so you can do it so yes. I would be glad. I think this is a good

    Edit: I post on youtrack :-)

  • I personally use my own backup system, but there could be more flexibility in the i-MSCP backup system. I do agree.

    We'll see your post on YouTrack, please use details and example use cases. You can leave the milestone open, @Nuxwin will decide if and when it will be altered :)