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7th September 2011

Blog >> New Features: Store 10,000 Backups per Domain Profile & Passive FTP Support

We are pleased to announce the myRepono system has been updated to allow for storage of up to 10,000 backups per domain profile, and passive FTP support has also been added.

10,000 Backups per Domain Profile

Store 10,000 Backups per Domain Profile

Domains: Settings

The myRepono system has been updated to allow for storage of up to 10,000 backups per domain profile, this is a significant increase from the previous limit of 50 backups per domain profile.
 
A range of pre-defined options have been added to the 'Stored Backups' setting in the 'Domains' -> 'Settings' section of the myRepono system, allowing users to select to store '1' to '60', '90', '120', '180', '365', '730', '1095', '1825' or '10000' backups. These values are primarily designed for use with 'Daily' backups to for example, allow for storage of '1' to '3' or '5' years of daily backups.

Passive FTP Support

Configure FTP Backups

Domains: API: Configure FTP Backups

A new 'Transfer Type' option has been added to the 'Configure FTP Backups' section to allow for the selection of either 'Active' or 'Passive' transfers - the 'Passive' transfer type is often used by servers which are behind a firewall or proxy.

Backup Processing Changes

The myRepono backup process has been updated to prevent duplicate backup notifications when a user is prompted to 'Configure FTP Backups'.

Get in touch!

These new features have been added in response to user feedback, if you have any comments or feedback about the myRepono website backup service, please post a comment below or get in touch directly!


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