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  • there should be an easy way to backup the whole forum

    there should be an easy way to backup the whole forum.
    there's other forum software that can be backup easily than Vbulletin
    just like phpbb if you backup it remains in the server
    and then you can download it via whatever software you use
    i used filezilla.

    it would be much appreciated i think for everybody.
    Thanks in advance !!

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    Usually your host supplies a server control panel that has an option to create a backup of your database and directory. I would suggest you ask them about this.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by AddabaZZ View Post
      there should be an easy way to backup the whole forum.
      there's other forum software that can be backup easily than Vbulletin
      just like phpbb if you backup it remains in the server
      and then you can download it via whatever software you use
      i used filezilla.

      it would be much appreciated i think for everybody.
      Thanks in advance !!
      If your on shared hosting, ask your webhost to set automated backups in WHM, which should appear in your home directory.

      If you are on a vps or higher you can do it yourself in WebHost Manager via backup configuration and have them either appear in your home directory or a hidden folder only accessible by SSH.

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        i see thanks .. guys !!

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