Virtual Server Backups (Linux)

1. View Virtual Server Backup
To view the list of virtual server's backups:

Go to your Control Panel's Virtual Servers menu.
Click the label of the required virtual server.
Click the Backups tab, then select the appropriate backup type:

  1. Images - full backups
  2. Files - incremental backups
 

2. Take Virtual Server Backup

Go to your Control Panel's Virtual Servers menu.
Click the label of the server you want to back up.
Click the Backups tab, then select Files. You'll see a list of the disks allocated to that virtual server.
Click the Actions icon next to a disk you want to take a backup of, then click Backup. You'll see a list of all the backups taken and pending for that virtual server sorted by category.

 
2.2 To take a backup, click the Take a Backup button at the end of the list.


3. To convert virtual server backup to template:

Go to your Control Panel's Virtual Servers menu.
Click the label of the required virtual server.
Click the Backups tab, then select the appropriate backup type:

  1. Images - full backups
  2. Files - incremental backups

 


3.2 On the screen that appears, click the Actions icon next to the backup and choose the Convert to Template

4.
 To restore a backup:

Go to your Control Panel's Virtual Servers menu.
Click the label of the required virtual server.
Click the Backups tab, then select the appropriate backup type:

  1. Images - full backups
  2. Files - incremental backups


4.2 On the screen that appears, click the Actions icon next to the backup you want to revert to and choose Restore.


5.
 To delete a backup:
Go to your Control Panel's Virtual Servers menu.
Click the label of the required virtual server.

Click the Backups tab, then select the appropriate backup type:

  1. Images - full backups
  2. Files - incremental backups

On the screen that appears, click the Actions icon next to the backup you want to remove and choose Delete.


6.
 To edit virtual server backup's note:

Go to your Control Panel's Virtual Servers menu.
Click the label of the required virtual server.
Click the Backups tab, then select the appropriate backup type:

Images - full backups
Files - incremental backups

On the screen that appears, click the Actions icon next to the required backup and choose Add Note. Make necessary changes and click Submit.

 

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