I'very happy about this feature, I was waiting for years for this!
- it does NOT create a time stamp
- it creates a single backup, won't create a set of ie 7 backup-files, it does NOT create a set
You're in the backup/schedules tab of the server setup, therefore it DOES create a backup, but no timestamps. You can create a schedule and then deactivate that schedule - You can still run this schedule without having to enable it
I'm not certain I understand Marcus's comment but I wonder if he understands my post - I expect this is my failing to explain well!
I do very much like the 0 setting and that it stops the folder with the backup being renamed. My problem is that unchanged files are not left as they are as happens with the hard linked files of the multi-backups that are unchanged but instead seem to be rewritten with new files with a modification timestamp on the file iteslf that matches the time of the backup.
Today is the 8th November. In the attached grab the backup at the top (multi setting) was done today straight after the one at the bottom (zero setting). It reveals that two of the files have not been modified since 8 pm yesterday and one has not been modified for 9 days. The bottom schedule has been run many times during that period. Each time all files are shown as newly written.