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cPanel backups are a feature that allows you to create backup copies of your hosting data and configurations.
With cPanel, you can schedule and perform full or partial backups of your hosting account. You can choose the frequency of backups, such as daily, weekly, or monthly, and specify the directories and databases to include.
In the event of data loss, technical issues, or the need to restore a previous version of your site, cPanel backups enable you to easily recover your data. You can restore files and databases from the backups through the user-friendly cPanel interface.
It is highly recommended to set up regular backups and store them outside of the main hosting server for maximum data protection. cPanel backups provide peace of mind by ensuring the availability of backup copies of your website in case of any unforeseen circumstances.
- a Web Hosting service
- an OnetSolutions account
To create a backup in cPanel, you can follow these steps:
- 1.Log in to your cPanel account.
- 2.Under the "Files" section, click on the "Backup" or "Backup Wizard" icon.
- 3.In the "Backup" or "Backup Wizard" interface, you'll find options to create different types of backups. Choose the appropriate option based on your requirements, such as "Full Backup" or "Partial Backup."
- 4.Follow the prompts and select the desired backup settings, including the backup destination (e.g., home directory, remote FTP server), backup file compression, and backup file name.
- 5.Click on the "Generate Backup" or "Backup Now" button to initiate the backup process.
The backup process may take some time, depending on the size of your website and its associated files. Once the backup is complete, you'll receive a confirmation message, and the backup file will be available for download or stored in the designated backup destination.
It's important to regularly create backups to safeguard your website data. You can also schedule automated backups using cPanel's backup tools for added convenience and peace of mind.
Note: The exact steps and interface may vary slightly depending on your cPanel version or theme. If you need further assistance or encounter any issues, feel free to reach out to our support team for guidance.