Option "[x] Save full path information"
This option allows you to save the full path into a backup. This is useful if you have selected several source files with identical names and they are located in different folders. If this option is disabled, for each source folder you may set an option of additional self-creating folder if needed.
Option "[x] Overwrite if backup already exists with the same name"
This setting is necessary in order to avoid the duplicate name of backup.
These settings can increase the speed of copying files. All source files will be evenly distributed into several independent threads and each thread will copy its portion of data. If you are using FTP / SFTP protocols, note that your server can have the limitation by the number of simultaneous connections, so the maximum number of threads is recommended to be set up to 10.
Action after executing this job
You can set the shut down, log off, reboot, hibernate, and sleep functions after executing a job.
NOTE! If there are any queued jobs during the execution of the log off, reboot or shut down, these jobs will be removed from the queue.
from Windows, all of the programs you were using are closed, but the computer is not turned off. After you log off, another user can log on without needing to restart the computer.
the Windows, all of the programs you were using are closed, and the computer is restarted.
When you shut down
the PC, all of the programs you were using are closed, and the computer is turned off.
is a power-saving state that allows a computer to quickly resume full-power operation (typically within several seconds) when you want to start working again. Putting your computer into the sleep state is like pausing a DVD player-the computer immediately stops what it's doing and is ready to start again when you want to resume working.
is a power-saving state designed primarily for laptops. While sleep puts your work and settings in memory and draws a small amount of power, hibernation puts your open documents and programs on your hard disk, and then turns off your computer. Of all the power-saving states in Windows, hibernation uses the least amount of power.
- unloading the program from memory (for Standard only)
- stopping the Exiland Backup Professional Windows service (for Professional only)
Determine a source file was created or modified
This setting allows you to select method of determining that a source file was created or modified. There are two methods:
- Using modified date
By default, Exiland Backup uses this method.
- Using archive bit ("Archive" attribute)
In some cases it is impossible to determine whether source file is changed. For example, there are big file (crypto container created by Truecrypt). When this file is modified, its date of modification and the size don't change. (contents change only), but the archive bit is set. In that case it is necessary to use archive bit.
The archive bit is a file attribute used by Microsoft operating systems, by OS/2 and by AmigaOS
In this OS, when a file is created or modified, the archive bit is set, and when the source file has been backed up, the archive bit is turned off.
You can use archive bit if your source files located on a local / network disk (not for FTP/SFTP source).
This method works faster than modified date method. It is especially actual for synchronization, and also for the differential and incremental backups.
IMPORTANT: First backup using Archive Bit will get all files.