- deja-dup 30.0-0ubuntu4.1
- Elementary OS 0.3.2 Freya (64-bit)
- Ubuntu 14.04
I came across this page, explaining how to use the Deja Dup Backup Tool, and it looks exactly like the tool I need. Problem is, there's no way to tell when (which time of day, and day of week) the backup process will occur, and I can't find anything online about it either.
I've set the "Automatic Scheduling" toggle to
On, selected "Every
Week" and "Keep
Forever", but now I'm worried that it's gonna start doing backups while I'm busy working, and slow down my PC.
Question: Is there some way to set the time of day and day of week that backups occur? If not, when does backups occur, and if it occurs while I'm working, will it slow down my PC?
A quick follow-up question: Every time it does a back-up, is it going to delete the previous back-up, or does it compare the current backup to the previous one and only update any new changes? Or, does it create a new (potentially enormous) backup file every time?
Here's a screenshot of the Scheduling tab, in case it helps: