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How to Backup Configuration Legacy Style

Discussion in 'Data Protection' started by hanifeoglu, Oct 30, 2017.

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  1. hanifeoglu

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    Hi Dear,

    i m using remote backup (Google Drive)
    my question how to take backup Legacy Style i m more like before How to Backup Legacy
    my old config take Backup Remote Destination
    /backup/daily
    /backup/weekly
    /backup/monthly
    Look at that please attachment files image1_old_style
    image1_old_style.png

    Now this is on google drive
    Screen Shot 2017-10-30 at 10.12.57 PM.png

    old style all time if take
    daily send to remote folder backup/daily
    weekly send to remote folder backup/weekly
    monthly send to remote destination folder backup/monthly

    i don't want different different folder date possible any config same setting?
    i want clear take to backup all time overwrite old backup
     
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    Hello,

    Backups are not stored in a single directory like they are on the legacy backup system. Instead, the backups are stored in directories named after the date of the backup generation (e.g. /backup/accounts/2017-10-22/). Those directories are removed when the retention period has been reached. You can read more about how to configure your backup retention settings at:

    Backup Configuration - Scheduling and Retention

    Thank you.
     
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