Learn How To Create & Restore Your Domain Backups Via The Web Control Panel.

Quick Intro

The Create/Restore Backups tab gives you the server-level backup ability of your entire account or all associated domains with your Web Control Panel.

Backups are also available via the Advanced Installer Hub supported for each domain file. It's different from the server-level tab.

Important To Know Before You Begin

Each backup takes up your account disk space. Ensure you have enough disk space for the backup to be created.

You can check your account statistics here.

All the backups can be found via the File Manager > backups. Each backup can be downloaded. The backup is created as an archive with the ".tar.zst" extension.

You can create backups for all the domains associated with your Web Control Panel at once, or you can select each domain and fine-tune what you need to back up, such as DNS, Emails, Files, and more.

How To Create Backups

Choose what you need to save to create a backup for all your domains or just selected ones. By default, a full backup is selected.

From your Web Control Panel, is to navigate to Files Management > Create/Restore Backups > Select All Domain or Selected Domains and choose what's needed.

You'll have to wait for a bit until the backup is created. It may take up to a few minutes.

You'll be notified by the server inside the My Messages tab at the side panel.

How To Restore Backups

Backup restoration is made easy.

From your Web Control Panel, navigate to Files Management > Create/Restore Backups > Restore Backup > Select preferred backup file to restore > Select desired Restore Options > Click Restore. You'll be notified once completed.

There won't be any option to restore if no backups are inside the My Files > backups folder.

The backup file must be an archive with the ".tar.zst" extension.

It may take a few minutes to restore your backup, depending on its size.

If no backups are available in the /backup folder, but you have downloaded a backup before, you can manually upload it back into the /backup folder.

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