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To view the list of backup schedules for a particular virtual server:

If normal backup options is selected for the cloud:

  1. Go to your Control Panel's Virtual Servers menu.
  2. Click the label of the virtual server you're interested in.
  3. Click the Storage tab, then select Disks.
  4. On the screen that appears, click the Actions button next to the disk you want to back up, then select Schedule for Backups.

  5. On the screen that appears, you will see the list of backup schedules along with their details:

    • Date - time when the schedule was created
    • Target - server or disk for which the schedule was created (depending on the backup type)
    • Action - scheduled action
    • Frequency - how frequently the backup will take place according to the period set. For example, frequency of 2 and a period of days will take a backup every 2 days
    • Period - backup period: days, weeks, months or years
    • Rotation period  - number of backups after which the first backup will be deleted 

      Despite of the input value, for normal backups (when Disk is the target) rotation period is always 1. Thus, only 1 normal auto-backup with specific frequency, period and target will be stored in the system.

    • Next Start - the date and the hour of the next backup
    • User - user who created the backup schedule
    • Status - schedule status

If incremental backup option is selected for the cloud

  1. Go to your Control Panel's Virtual Servers menu.
  2. Click the label of the virtual server you're interested in.
  3. Select Backups > Schedules tab, or click Auto-backups under the Options section to view incremental backups schedules only.
  4. On the screen that appears, you will see the list of backup schedules along with their details:

    • Date - time when the schedule was created
    • Target - server or disk for which the schedule was created (depending on the backup type)
    • Action - scheduled action
    • Frequency how frequently the backup will take place according to the period set. For example, duration of 2 and a period of days will take a backup every 2 days
    • Period - backup period: days, weeks, months or years
    • Rotation period  - number of backups after which the first backup will be deleted 
    • Next Start - the date and the hour of the next backup
    • User - user who created the backup schedule
    • Status - schedule status
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