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How can I setup the date of automatic backup at a standard time (format)?


After upgrading to Crowd 2.12.0 (before going to version 3) I wanted a backup. First I visited and saw strange times for backup, 2AM and such, which I do not understand with all their exceptions from a general rule. How can I change this proprietary and unusual time format to a reasonable one, an ISO format for example? With 24h clock, of course?






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Marcin Kempa
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Mar 14, 2018

Hi @iron.werther

Are you concerned about the `Daily backup time` field which holds values as you described or the format of the date which describes when the backup was last taken? or would you like to be able to change the format of backup files names?


Best Regards,

Marcin Kempa


Hello Marcin!

These values are not used anywhere else. And they don't follow a logical rule. I'd prefer to have here clear dates à la 11:00 (right now) or 17:00, one hour before the server instance will be stopped today.




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