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Rackspace Cloud Backup
Using Rackspace Cloud Backup for your Database
You can use Rackspace Cloud Backup to backup your database by following a few steps.
First, some background
Rackspace Cloud Backup backs up files, provided it...
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Preferences
On the Preferences screen, you can determine how Cloud Backup notifies you about Backup activity on your Account.
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How to Use Backup Actions

You may do several actions with a single Backup. This page describes them.


You can access the Backup Actions drop-down menu in two ways: 1) from...
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How to View Backup Information
On the last page, we discussed How to Create a Backup. Once your Backup is set up, you might want to confirm its settings, make sure a clean up...
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Getting Started with Rackspace Cloud Backup - Part 2
If you have an account with Managed Cloud Service Level and do not see your Server under Systems, check with your account manager to install the RCBU Agent.
Other users who do...
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Getting Started with Rackspace Cloud Backup - Overview
**NOTE: Cloud Backup currently only works on Rackspace Cloud Servers
Overview
Rackspace Cloud Backup is a file-based backup application that lets you choose which files and...
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How to Use System Actions
Important: The system actions are for users who are familiar with Rackspace Cloud Backup. Users with Managed Cloud Service Level accounts might want...
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Getting Started with Rackspace Cloud Backup - Part 1
Note: You can use Rackspace Cloud Backup on virtually any server in the Rackspace Cloud. The exceptions are FreeBSD 9, Debian 5 and Windows 2003.
Establish network routes
If...
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Many of you are used to taking snapshots of your servers.  If you have a solution where you want to save the server’s state or configuration, or want to keep gold copies of your system, then you basically create an image backup...
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