Step 9. Advanced Recurring Schedule

Specify the schedule for automatic running of a full backup.

As opposed to a full backup which uploads a complete copy of each file to a storage, a block-level backup uploads the full copy of your data only during the first execution of the backup plan by default.

We strongly recommend that you specify a schedule for automatic running of a full backup on this wizard page to ensure that the older versions of your files are always available in a storage that uses a block-level backup.

If required, you can force the backup service to perform a full backup each time when the total size of previous block-level backups exceeds the specified proportion of the last full backup (50% by default).

In addition, you can make the backup service interrupt a backup process if it runs for too long by enabling a corresponding option on this wizard page.

When enabling this feature, please be informed that CloudBerry Backup is unable to predict the backup time which may vary depending on a variety of factors, and premature termination of a backup process may result in getting the backup data corrupted.

Click Next to proceed or Back to return to the previous step.

Refer our blog posts online to learn more about the difference between the full and block-level backups: