BackupBuddy Settings: File and Directory Defaults

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Using the picker, click on a directory name to navigate directories. Click the red minus sign to the right of a directory to place it in the exclusion list.  
 
Using the picker, click on a directory name to navigate directories. Click the red minus sign to the right of a directory to place it in the exclusion list.  
  
'''Note:''' <code>/wp-content/</code>, <code>/wp-content/uploads/</code>, and BackupBuddy backup & temporary directories cannot be excluded. BackupBuddy directories are automatically excluded.
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'''Note:''' <code>/wp-content/</code>, <code>/wp-content/uploads/</code> and BackupBuddy backup & temporary directories cannot be excluded. BackupBuddy directories are automatically excluded.
  
  

Revision as of 11:48, August 6, 2013

The File and Directory Defaults section allows you to exclude files and directories from default backups. This feature is very useful for excluding large, unnecessary directories to help the backup process complete in a shorter amount of time.

Using the picker, click on a directory name to navigate directories. Click the red minus sign to the right of a directory to place it in the exclusion list.

Note: /wp-content/, /wp-content/uploads/ and BackupBuddy backup & temporary directories cannot be excluded. BackupBuddy directories are automatically excluded.


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