DDS backs up data automatically based on the automated backup policy you set. You are advised to regularly back up data in your database. If the database becomes faulty or data is damaged, you can restore it with the backup, ensuring data reliability.
Retention period refers to the number of days that data is kept. You can increase the retention period to improve data reliability.
The backup retention period can range from 1 to 732 days, with a time window of one hour. The backup cycle varies according to the retention period you have set.
If you disable the automated backup policy, DDS will not back up the data that would have normally been saved under the policy. Exercise caution when performing this operation.
You can determine whether to delete all automated backup files: