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Exclude files or directories from backup, depending on the type of backup (daily, weekly, monthly)

dkTronicsCL shared this idea 7 years ago
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It would be nice to have to exclude specific files or file folders for each type of backup (waily, weekly, monthly) configuration.

Maybe something like:


  1. cpbackup-exclude-daily.conf
  2. cpbackup-exclude-weekly.conf
  3. cpbackup-exclude-monthly.conf


In my case, I need backup mail folders only in weekly and monthly cpbackups for some accounts.

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cPanel doesn't seem to care much about clients.

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Please cPanel team, apply this feature ASAP.

It is a small change but with great benefits. Backing up email messages every day causes the backup to take too long, but it could be done weekly and monthly. Currently, email messages are backed up and take too long causing a high load on the server, or emails are not backed up with the risk of losing messages from clients.

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4 years ago. It is exactly what many of us need if we want to backup messages only weekly or monthly and not every day. Please cPanel, it doesn't sound complicated or time consuming to make this setting.

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5 years have passed, we are already going for another price increase that they justify in "new developments" and SIMPLE things like this are still not considered.

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cPanel doesn't seem to care much about clients.

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"7 years ago.."

Cost increases continue and great ideas that benefit SERVER ADMINISTRATORS continue to be ignored.

Please... Gentlemen of cPanel, all the improvements with wordpress and systems for self-creating websites are fine... but that is for the end users, and the truth is... I am interested in managing hosting... to make web pages there are many designers that clients they can hire.

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Requests from administrators should be important.

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