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Backup through cPannel

Login to cPannel.
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Navigate to the “Files” tab.
Navigate to Files
Select Backups.
backup page

 

You will receive the option to backup all, or some components of your website. It’s best to keep backups of everything. If you take a complete backup, then individual components (email accounts, databases, files) can be extracted if needed.

backup options

 

Run your backup.

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You may choose to set notifications for the completion of the backup. You may set the backup to be stored on your server, or may configure a remote backup by FTP if you have a storage space available.

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Processing Window.

 

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When your backup is complete, you can navigate back to cPannel home (home icon in top left) and, from the Files pane, select Backups. This time, you’ll see your most recent backup.

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You can also click File Manager (also in Files pane). When you do, select Home Directory.

see your files in homeHere, you can see your backup in the home directory.

 

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