Backups

ISPmanager creates backups of websites, databases, mailboxes, server settings and its own settings. Backups are needed in case something happens to the website. Thanks to backups, you will not lose data that can be expensive.

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How the ISPmanager backup system works

Server backups are created manually and automatically on a schedule. Backups will be made once a day, but the schedule can be reconfigured. ISPmanager supports Cron. This program for UNIX systems allows you to create a flexible schedule for backups.

In ISPmanager, you can pause a backup and then resume it at the same point. This is useful if the timing of backups coincided with an increase in traffic to the server. If the backup is interrupted due to a server failure, it can also be resumed from a previous point. You do not have to worry that the backup will be incomplete and not suitable for recovery or that you will have to create a backup from scratch.

Backups can be stored on:

local diskLocal disk Remote FTP serverRemote FTP server DropboxDropbox
Amazon S3Amazon S3 Google DriveGoogle Drive  

 

Fourteen backups are stored by default. These are seven full weekly backups and seven daily differential backups. A differential backup retains only the difference between the current version and the previous full backup.

Backup module, documentation

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