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How to Specify the Custom Cloud Destination Folder from the WordPress BackupGuard plugin
Specifying a custom cloud path allows you to change the cloud path/directory/folder where your backups should be uploaded. This option is really helpful when you have multiple websites connected to the same cloud account (e.g. Dropbox, Google Drive, Amazon S3, OneDrive, etc.) and want to keep backups separately from each other. The **custom Destin
How to Set the Backup Retention
With this option you can specify the number of recent backups to keep on your server (e.g. the latest 10 backups). Older backups will be automatically deleted from your server. Navigate to the Settings section and specify the number of local backup copies to keep. Then just save the changes.
How to Set the Backup with Reloads Option
This option enables you to backup the whole website chunk by chunk with reload callbacks. This option is useful especially on the hostings running low execution time limit. It allows avoiding execution timeout errors. This article will show how to enable/disable the backup with reloads option. Navigate to the Settings section and enable/disable the "Reloads Enabled" option with the On/Off switch. Then simply save the settings. !(https
Automatically Delete From Cloud
This option allows you to specify the number of recent backups to keep on your cloud (e.g. the latest 10 backups). With this option enabled, older backups will automatically be deleted both from your server and cloud. Navigate to Settings section Enable Backup deletion will also delete from cloud option Cli
Auto delete backup after upload
If you enable this option, the all local copies of your backup archives will be deleted after uploading them on cloud. Navigate to Settings section and enable Delete local backup after upload option for automatic deletion Press Save button to make affect the changes
You can exclude specific directories and files from being backed up. To enable this functionality follow the steps listed below: Login to your personal dashboard at https://backup-guard.com/ and navigate to the Settings section In the Exclude Paths field, enter the complete path to the file or folder/directory you want to exclude from backup (separate them by commas) !(https://storage.crisp.c
Specify a custom backup prefix
This option allows you to specify the prefix your backups should have. Navigate to the Settings section and specify the prefix Press the Save button to make affect the changes