backup


File Transfers and File Sharing

When configured, lsyncd is a replication service that will run on the “master” server to ensure the same data exists on all “slave” servers. The lsyncd process monitors the web content directory and replicates changes every few...
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We saw how easy it was to use rsync and how to exclude files from the rsync backup.To make things even easier, we can set up an automatic rsync and place the files into daily folders.Contents1 Automation2 Bash Script3 Create4...
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Backups

NOTE: This article is written for our Cloud Sites Cloud Control Panel. You can access this interface from the Cloud Control Panel by clicking your username in the upper-right of the control panel and selecting "Cloud Sites...
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UpdraftPlus is a WordPress plugin that gives users the ability to automatically back up their sites to Cloud Files. UpdraftPlus saves the backup files as standard (non-proprietary) zip files and the database into an ordinary SQL...
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Best Practices for Cloud Backup
Contents
Purpose of this Guide
Document Conventions
Key Concepts
Choosing What to Backup
Backup and Restore Best Practices
     Backup Frequency
     Effective Restores
     Encryption: Costs and...
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Server Backup

Rackspace Cloud Backup

Update the Agent

We release regular updates to the Rackspace Cloud Backup Agent about every two weeks. Managed Cloud Service Level account customers have their agent updated automatically when the new...
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Uncategorized

CUSTOMER'S BUSINESS: Applicant tracking and candidate testing software  CHALLENGES: Excessive downtime and lack of support from previous provider  RACKSPACE SOLUTION: Dedicated servers, managed backup, firewalls, and Fanatical...
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Cloud Sites creates backups of your data on a nightly basis. However, its purpose is for disaster recovery on the server side. If for any reason a storage node on our side were to crash, our backups will be there to replace any...
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Resizing

  Rackspace Cloud Essentials - Configuring SnapshotsRackspace Cloud Essentials - Restoring a Cloud Server From a Saved ImageRackspace Cloud Essentials - Cloud Server Snapshot Limitations   Back to the First 48 Guide PageOn to...
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You have just learned how to restore servers from an image. These images are ideal for use as templates or "gold images", so that you can easily restore to a known configuration or rapidly deploy additional Cloud Servers. This...
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Server Migration

  Rackspace Cloud Essentials - Configuring SnapshotsRackspace Cloud Essentials - Restoring a Cloud Server From a Saved ImageRackspace Cloud Essentials - Cloud Server Snapshot Limitations   Back to the First 48 Guide PageOn to...
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Server Images

You have just learned how to restore servers from an image. These images are ideal for use as templates or "gold images", so that you can easily restore to a known configuration or rapidly deploy additional Cloud Servers. This...
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Scheduled Cron Jobs

Scripting extraction and compression of filesGeneral Process:In Cloud Sites, the general process for extracting and compressing files through a cron job consists of the following steps:Creating the script FileUploading the...
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Linux MySQL

Backing Up Your MySQL DatabaseTo manage your MySQL database, you'll first need to login to the online manager (phpMyAdmin).After you are logged into the online manager, click on a database or table in the left frame as shown in...
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MSSQL

This article will walk you through the process of backing up an MS SQL Server 2008 Database.  These actions need to be completed by the Administrator user or by a user that is part of the MS SQL Admin user group.IMPORTANT NOTE: ...
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