These articles describe how to manually and automatically back up your data, including web site files and databases.
You can configure manual and automatic backups that save your web site files and MySQL databases. This article covers automatic and manual backups of web site files, as well as MySQL database backups and cPanel backups.
Learn about the various options to back up your data on dedicated servers and VPS. Learn how to create backups using cPanel (if you're using a managed VPS with cPanel), how to create backups using a Bash script and a cron job, how to create remote backups, and how to set up MySQL database backups.
You can set up your A2 Hosting account to back up data automatically to Amazon S3 cloud storage. You can also restore data from an Amazon S3 backup. This article covers how to use the s3cmd Python package to create and access storage buckets, as well as put data into and retrieve data from storage buckets.
Managed dedicated server accounts can use A2 CDP (Continuous Data Protection) Backups, powered by R1Soft, to manage data backups and restores. This article shows you how to access the Server Backup Manager, how to manage file and database backups, and how to download recovery points.
Backups are essential to protecting your e-mail. This article shows you several ways to make backups: using an e-mail client to create a local copy, doing continuous backups, and more.
You can set up your A2 Hosting account to back up data automatically to Google Drive cloud storage. You can also restore data from a Google Drive backup. This article covers how to use the gdrive command-line program to upload and download data from a Google Drive account.