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control-panels:cpanel-whm:how-can-i-create-mysql-database-backups-in-cpanel [2018/05/08 19:58]
cmiller
control-panels:cpanel-whm:how-can-i-create-mysql-database-backups-in-cpanel [2019/10/10 19:49] (current)
Karson N.
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   - Navigate to the Files » Backup Wizard Panel.   - Navigate to the Files » Backup Wizard Panel.
   - The first step will prompt you to select <wrap hi>[ Backup ]</​wrap>​ or <wrap hi>[ Restore ]</​wrap>​. This one should be self explanitory,​ select "​Backup"​.   - The first step will prompt you to select <wrap hi>[ Backup ]</​wrap>​ or <wrap hi>[ Restore ]</​wrap>​. This one should be self explanitory,​ select "​Backup"​.
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     *  - The next step will prompt between a Full Backup or Partial Backups. You'll want to select "MySQL Databases"​ under Partial Backups.     *  - The next step will prompt between a Full Backup or Partial Backups. You'll want to select "MySQL Databases"​ under Partial Backups.
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   - The final step provides a list of MySQL databases owned by your cPanel account user. Right mouse click on the name of the database that you'd like to backup, then select "Save Link As" (text may differ by browser). Save the file to your chosen local computer'​s directory. *Note: This saves the MySQL database to your local computer. It's always a good idea to have a local copy as well, however keep in mind it may be VERY large depending on tables and rows in the database.   - The final step provides a list of MySQL databases owned by your cPanel account user. Right mouse click on the name of the database that you'd like to backup, then select "Save Link As" (text may differ by browser). Save the file to your chosen local computer'​s directory. *Note: This saves the MySQL database to your local computer. It's always a good idea to have a local copy as well, however keep in mind it may be VERY large depending on tables and rows in the database.
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control-panels/cpanel-whm/how-can-i-create-mysql-database-backups-in-cpanel.1525809494.txt.gz · Last modified: 2018/05/08 19:58 by cmiller