2.5. BACKUP
CHAPTER 2. HOW DO I USE WEBHOST MANAGER?
2.5
Backup
The Backup area deals with configuring and restoring backup files and versions of key files (such as
httpd.conf).
2.5.1
Configuring backups
You can specify how often backups occur and where backups are placed   either on the same server or on a
separate backup drive. You can also specify the specific parts of the backup process that are enabled.
Note: The backup interval options work in the following fashion:
  Daily   WebHost Manager performs separate daily, weekly, and monthly backups.
  Weekly   WebHost Manager performs separate weekly and monthly backups.
  Monthly   WebHost Manager performs only monthly backups.
To configure backups:
1. Click on the Configure Backup link in the Backup menu.
2. Click on the radio button next to the following items to enable or disable the specified functionality:
  Backup Status   Turns the automatic backup function on or off. The Restore Only radio
button allows site restoration from old backups to occur, but does not create new backups.
  Backup Interval   Specify the interval used by the backup process.
  Days to run backup   Click on the tick boxes of the days on which you want to run backups.
  Remount/Unmount backup drive   Mounts and unmounts the backup drive when a backup
is created. This requires a separate drive mount to operate.
  Bail out if the backup drive cannot be mounted   Stops the backup if the drive can not
be mounted. Recommended if the Remount/Unmount backup drive option is enabled.
  Incremental backup   Backup process only copies what has changed since the last backup.
This creates a much smaller backup file, but changes are piecemeal and the backup files are not
compressed.
  Backup Accounts   Backup process copies all account information for your customers.
  Backup Config Files   Includes config files in the backup process.
  Sql Databases   Includes MySQL databases in the backup process. You can choose to backup
up databases in separate accounts, the master MySQL directory, or both.
  Backup Raw Access Logs   Includes the Apache raw access logs in the backup.
  Backup Type   Select what type of backup you need.
  Ftp Backup Host   Enter the domain name of the FTP backup host (only required if Remote
Ftp Server is enabled).
  Ftp Backup User   Enter the user name to use on the FTP backup host (only required if
Remote Ftp Server is enabled).
  Ftp Backup Pass   Enter the password to use on the FTP backup host (only required if Remote
Ftp Server is enabled).
  Backup Destination   Enter the location of backups in the available field. This should be a
dir/nfs/coda mount with at least twice the space of all your /home* partitions.
Warning: Do not set this to your /home directory.
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