Your site is down! Did you backup your files or database?
Do you backup your files? or databases?
You rely on your host to make backups of your files encase of an emergency. What happens if your backups fail? For some this could mean the death of there business or site. In the hosting industry if you have not already learned a backup plan for any type of instance means the survival of your business. We have created two easy to use tool that allows you to backup your files or MySQL Databases.
:. Easy to use setup for adding your current customers.
:. Set what time, how often and where to store your files on your local machine.
:. One click backup now feature allows you to run your backups right now.
:. Minimizes down to your Windows Task Tray for easy access.
If you are not doing your own nightly backups then maybe it is time to consider it. For a one time fee of $19.95 US you can own your own copy of ResellerBackup File Backup or ResellerBackup MySQL Backup and sleep easier at night knowing that you are safe if the worst case scenario were to ever happen.
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Originally posted by Neo_The_One I visited your site, and so that you have alot of different types of SW!? From 19usd to 199 usd !?
What is the difference, witch one should i buy!?
HOW EASY is it to RULLL BACK the database backup onto the server agein etc!?
You would be looking for the non-branded versions ($19.95) of the software if you were just going to use it for yourself. The branded versions ($199.95) of the software are available for hosts that wish to white-label the software and provide it to their customers.
The software backs up your files based on the intervals you choose and zips them onto your local hard drive. If you need to restore the files you can ftp them to your server and unzip them.
Now if you are not doing any backups at all then I would suggest you do an offsite backup right away using the control panel software included with your control panel.
Our product is really designed as a 2nd layer of backups encase a hosts backup files are corrupted (or in some cases nonexistent).
Just one quick question, what happens with the mysql backup program if the host isn't setup to grant access from your IP? I mean, a lot of hosts limit the access to localhost and most customers have dynamic IPs.
Originally posted by SEATi Just one quick question, what happens with the mysql backup program if the host isn't setup to grant access from your IP? I mean, a lot of hosts limit the access to localhost and most customers have dynamic IPs.
Most control panels allow the end user to set remote access to there databases. For example in cPanel you can grant access to your own IP. IP's can change but most ISP's that provide high-speed keep the same IP or you can give access to the IP range.
If the host will not allow the customer to backup there own files then maybe they have the wrong host. If I had a forum or customer database that was important for the survival of my business I would be using the MySQL backup tool.