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backup folder download on hard drive via ssh
how can i download all the backup folder the daily one to my pc hard drive?
from ssh access?
Do you have any control panel?
If you use cpanel, you can setup the daily ftp backup and it can backup to your computer directly via ftp. You will need to have a ftp server ie. FileZilla Server on your PC.
If you do not have cpanel, you can write a script to backup to your server everynight via FTP.
Or you can search more on this forums ie.. http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showth...up+windows+ssh
Hope that helps.
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cpanel whm root access
also how its possible to transfer all the backups from ssh from one server to another?
both of them cpanel based
Last edited by k-planethost; 09-20-2009 at 07:16 AM.
if you mean just download files from cpanel servers cfor one time.you can tar and gzip that direcotry by ssh and just move to /usr/local/apache/htdocs and downlad it..
if you are using this way make sure that you have removed the files after download as it is a common download area.....
to download all the backup folder one time to the home hard drive
To download files from your hosting account via SSH easily you can use WinSCP.
To do it recurring you'd have to script something, but for every once in a while WinSCP is awesome.
something else also
is it possible since i will have setup filezilla as remote ftp to send with a cron job the backup daily as an example to my hard drive?
for a specific domain
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