Definition - What does Selective Backup mean?
Selective backup is a type of data backup process in which only user-specified data, files and folders are backed up. It enables short listing only selected files in a backup process rather than backing up the whole folder, disk or system.
Selective backup is also known as partial backup.
Techopedia explains Selective Backup
Incremental backup is similar to selective backup, in which only the data and files that are changed since the last backup are backed up.
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