A backup is indeed an extremely efficient method to secure your server's data and configurations. It enables you to create a copy of the server's state, allowing you to restore it to a previous point in time whenever needed.

With backups, you can capture and preserve the entire server's data, including files, databases, settings, and configurations. In case of data loss, system failure, or any unforeseen circumstances, backups provide a reliable means to recover and restore the server to a known working state.

By regularly creating backups, you can mitigate risks associated with data loss, accidental changes, or system errors. Backups offer peace of mind, knowing that you have a safety net to rely on if any critical issues arise.


  • a VPS with the Backup option

  • an OnetSolutions account


Log in to your OnetSolutions customer area with your email and password, or by using the Google login. Then go to the "My Services" section, and click on the VPS you have just purchased. Then click on the button to access the VPS management. The VPS will be automatically backed up once a day.

Restoring a Backup

To restore a backup of your VPS, follow these simple steps:

  1. Locate the "Snapshot" or "Backup" section or tab within the VPS management interface.

  2. In the list of backups, find the backup you want to restore and click on the button labeled "Restore" or a similar action button.

  3. Confirm your decision to restore the backup when prompted. Note that restoring a backup will replace the current state of your VPS with the saved state of the backup.

  4. Wait for the restoration process to complete. This may take a few moments, depending on the size and complexity of the backup.

  5. Once the restoration is finished, you will typically receive a confirmation message or see the updated status of your VPS reflecting the restored backup.

By following these steps, you can easily restore a backup of your VPS, reverting it back to a previously saved state. This can be useful for recovering from system issues, data loss, or other scenarios where you need to revert to a known good state. It's important to note that restoring a backup will overwrite any changes made after the backup was created, so ensure you have a backup of any recent data or configurations if needed.

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