BACKUP TO FTP SERVER INSTRUCTIONS:
The source directories for the backup. clicking on the add button to add a directory.
Backup to local Directory:
Backup to Ftp Server will automatically compress the source directoried and put the archive to this directory before upload to FTP server.
Enter the FTP server IP address.
Enter the FTP login username.
Enter the FTP login password.
Backup to remote path:
FTP server working directory.
Use Passive FTP
When passive FTP is used, the server opens a port and the client connects to the server. Passive FTP is preferable where there is a firewall between the client and the server. This is because firewalls are typically configured to block incoming connections that are not recognized. Although some firewalls can parse the FTP data requests and allow active FTP connections, many require passive FTP connections.
Keep track of the backed up files and only does differential backup the second time I run it
Do we want to create full backups which means that all files will be uploaded to the ftp, an incremental backup which backups only the changed files since the last backup or a differential backup which would only backup files changed from the last full backup.
Scan Sub Directories: Set this to true if you would like to include sub directories.
Wildcard match syntax for file include filter and file exclude filter:
You can include this option several times ( separated by | ) to specify specific patterns which are to be included in the file path. Once you specify one pattern you exclude all files not matching at least one of the patterns. The case be useful for restricting the types of files to be backup..
|*||Matches 0 or more instances of any character.|
For example, setting for *comp*.txt finds .txt files name containing any word starting with the letters comp, such as computer, company, or comptroller.
|?||Matches exactly one instances of any character. |
For example, setting for *t?p* matches any of the files path include tap, tip, and top.
|[chars]||Matches one instance of any character that appears between the brackets.|
|[!chars]||Matches one instance of any character that does not appear|
between the brackets after the exclamation mark.
Wildcard include filter Example:
|*.txt||Backup .txt files only.|
|*.txt|*.htm||Backup .txt and .htm files only.|
Wildcard exclude filter Example:
|*.txt||Exclude .txt files.|
|*.txt|*.htm||Exclude .txt and .htm files|
|*\test\*|*\temp\*||Exclude test folder and temp folder|
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