Select the "Settings" node to configure the HubStor Backup Service
VM Backup Service Name
: Specify a name for this HubStor Backup service. You can change the name later if you wish.
Diagnostic Logging: Enable diagnostic logging if requested by HubStor Support. You will find the diagnostics log at "%appdata%\HubStor.VMBackupService\diagnostics.log"
HubStor Connection Settings
Enter the StorSite Web Service URL, Username, and Password. The account being used requires API and AccessAllItems permissions. These can be granted in the admin portal under Administration > Users & Roles.
If your machine requires a proxy, enter the proxy information by clicking on the "Proxy Settings...
You can enable bandwidth throttling for uploads to HubStor, and specify peak times for your location.
You can specify on which Azure tier you would like to store your backups. For HubStor customers with a dedicated tenant, you will see these settings reflected in tiering policies in your HubStor Admin portal.
You will find a description of each tier in the lower section of this pane.
Backup Policy Assignment Mode: "Hierarchical" is the default and currently the only mode available.
Max. Concurrent Backups Reading Source Disks: The number of VM disks that can be read at the same time. You can increase or decrease this number depending on your network connection. The default is 3.
Max. Concurrent Backups Uploading From Local Cache: If you are using local caches, the HubStor Backup Service will save the backup to the local cache, then read the backup from the local cache when uploading to HubStor. You can specify how many backups are uploading from the local cache. You can increase or decrease this number depending on your disk performance. The default is 3
Default Backup Naming Format: The backups are automatically named using the current date and time. You can specify whether you would like to use UTC or local time formats. The default is UTC.
Auto-Enable VMs for Incremental Backups: Check this box to allow the HubStor Backup Service to automatically enable the settings required by your backup source to allow incremental backups. eg. "Changed Block Tracking" in VMWare.
Allow Non-Quiesced Snapshots:
Quiesced snapshots force the guest operating system to place
applications or files in a state suitable for backing up. The HubStor
Backup Service will always attempt to take a quiesced snapshot first.
Enable this option to allow non-quiesced snapshots if the quiesced
backup fails.Treat Non-Quiesced Snapshots As Warnings
Enable this option to treat quiesced snapshots as warnings in the
HubStor Backup Service user interface and in notifications emails.
Disable this option if quiesced snapshots are expected for this VM and
you do not want to see warnings.
Your backups will run automatically during non-business hours. Uncheck a day to indicate that there are no business hours and backups can run any time that day.
Currently, no options are presented on this tab.
You can specify a semi-colon delimited list of smtp address to receive notifications. You can enable Summary, Error, and Warning notifications in this pane, and exclude Unprotected VMs from the summary email.
The options for summary notifications are Never, Hourly, Daily, Weekly, Monthly.
These settings should only be modified with the assistance of a HubStor representative as they will affect performance during restores.