var sidebar_align = 'right';
var content_container_margin = parseInt('290px');
var sidebar_width = parseInt('270px');
I've been running a nightly Plesk backup schedule with no problems. A couple of days ago a second file has appeared in the backup folder with the same file name as the backup file but with a .1 at the end.
For example; backupFile.psa.1
What is this?
The psa.1 file is generated when your backup file exceeds 1.64GB
You can view the content of these files by opening it with winrar or plesk restore function
Live Your DreamZ
Log in with your username and password
Forgot your password?
We respect your privacy. We will never sell, rent, or give away your address to any outside party, ever.
Web Hosting Sales and Promos Roundup - April 24, 2015
ICANN Runs Last Resort Auction for Contentious New gTLDs, Raises $59M
Vast Data Center Spending Fuels Race to Cloud Dominance
Former Media Temple President Russ Reeder Joins Civic Engagement App iCitizen as CEO
California Love: WHIR Networking Event Los Angeles Brings Together Internet Industry
4PSA Launches New Version of Cloud Communications Platform VoipNow 3.5
The Journey of IPv6 in OpenStack
European Commission Creates Plan for Europe to Challenge US Tech Dominance
More Than Half of US Retailers Plan to Move Ecommerce Hosting to the Cloud in 2015: Report
Privacy Advocates Fear Cybersecurity PCNA Act Will Allow More NSA Surveillance