Welcome to the eFolder's new Web Seeding platform!
WebSeed is the new way to seed your backup data to your eFolder Data Center. If you do not have a WebSeed account, please create a new ticket with eFolder Tech Support.
Below you will find useful information on how to work with the platform. Once you are done with your upload, please make sure to contact our Support and provide information such as:
- Webseed Portal Username
- ID for that account where the data needs to go
- Brand of your company
- Account Number for where the data needs to go to
- Username for that account
The home screen is composed of the Upload a file area (a and b) and the Current File Listing (c).
To create a directory for your uploads, first enter the directory name into the input field (1), then hit the Create Directory button (2). The confirmation message should appear (3) and the directory should be listed in the Current File Listing area.
The current directory (where your files will be uploaded) is displayed (2). When you click a "Select" link (1), this directory changes and any subsequent files will be uploaded to that newly selected directory.
To upload a file, you can either click on the Upload a file (a) button and select the file(s) you want to upload or you can directly drag and drop the file(s) into the upload zone (b).
NOTE: You can directly drag and drop folders, but keep in mind this feature is only supported when using Chrome 21+ and Opera 15+ versions.
After the upload of a file is complete, it should appear quickly within the Current File Listing area.
NOTE: Large files may need extra processing before they appear. Please see the "Chunk Combination" section of this documentation below:
Chunk Combination is the process of combining the different pieces of a large file which has just been uploaded.
- When a large file is uploaded, it is split into multiple chunks; Chunks may be uploaded in parallel.
- You may pause/resume an upload when using this process.
When a large file upload is done (1), an entry may appear under the Latest Combined Files (2) section of the screen, which allows you to track the background job processing your upload. When the background job is completed, the file will then appear in the Current File Listing (3).
To delete a file or directory, simply hit the "Remove" (1) link besides the entry you want to delete and confirm (2).
NOTE: Large files or directory removal may take some time to process.
NOTE: Uploads are subject to auto expiration after a fixed delay (which defaults to 30 days.) If you need a longer file upload retention, please contact your support representative.