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  • borbole
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    Originally posted by pandoros View Post
    Thats a little too advanced for me lol!
    How do I get the backup button on my AdminCP?
    Even if the backup option was at the Acp, it is better to make your backups at phpmyadmin in the cp of your host or through another third party tool such as mysqldumper for ex.

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  • Steviie
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    I back up'ed my databse and i have a folder with a single file
    steviie.sql
    in it. does this seem right? i am going to open a new hosting plan and just upload it.

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  • pandoros
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    Thats a little too advanced for me lol!
    How do I get the backup button on my AdminCP?

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  • designeru
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    if you have ssh access to the machine, try:

    # mysqldump database_name > database_name.sql
    # gzip database_name.sql

    you will have a big file called database_name.sql.gz which will contain all your DB info. I guess you can do a crontab based on this and will backup your database daily...

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  • pandoros
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    Originally posted by designeru View Post
    i'm not trying to be a smart-ass, but a backup should be enough... i guess.
    My backup button is missing! I dont have anything related to backups in my entire ADMINCP!
    the maintenance tab does not have the backup option!

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  • designeru
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    i'm not trying to be a smart-ass, but a backup should be enough... i guess.

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  • pandoros
    started a topic [Forum] Transfering Domains

    Transfering Domains

    I want to transfer my forum to a new domain, since we are changing names.
    What do I do for a successful transfer without losing DATA!?
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