Configuring Backups in Cpanel

Backups are very important to a website. If something should happen to the server, whether it be a hardware failure or breach of security, it is always good to have a copy or 2 to revert to. Backups can be set up 2 ways. The host can make backups, download backups and restore backups from within WHM and the end user can do it right from their cPanel account. Configure automatic backups in WHM: Type “Backup” in the find box Just below that, click “Configure Backup” This will bring you to a screen with a lot of options. It is important to pay attention to each option so that you… Read More

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Creating a Database in cPanel

Creating a Database in cPanel has a couple of steps to it. After creating the database, you will also need to create a user and then add that user to the database. The last 2 steps are commonly missed. Remember if you want cPanel to recognize the database, you will need to create it from cPanel. If you create the database from command line, it will still work, however cPanel will know nothing about it. First you will need to: Login to the sites cPanel Go to MYSQL databases. Now that you are here you can do all three steps on 1 pages. Create the database Create the User and… Read More

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