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Hi Support team,
 
We have planned to host the 5GB filemaker file in the FileMaker Cloud for AWS. The Cloud backup will be taken for every 20 minutes. We don't need the backup for that 5GB for every 20 minutes. Is there anyway to select multiple files and to take the backup of the selected files only in the FileMaker Cloud for AWS?
 
Please let me know.
 
Thank you,
Selvakumaran
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No.  And since this is an AWS backup and not a regular FMS backup, you don't need to worry about the time it takes vs. a standard FMS backup nor the disk space it consumes.  If that is the reason why you don't want a backup every 20 mins.

 

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