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How to migrate your Joomla site to a new server using an Akeeba backup archive.
How to restore your Joomla site from an Akeeba backup archive.
Akeeba Backup (formerly known as JoomlaPack) is a backup and cloning component for Joomla. It will grab a copy of your site’s files and a snapshot of your site’s database and package them in a compressed archive file with a … Continue reading
SpiderOak provides online backup, synchronization, sharing, and storage. The first two GB of online storage is free; paying customers get more. It’s my choice for backup.
The scenario: a small office has several employees, each with a laptop. All computers have Internet access but there is no file server. Employees often work with their laptops away from the office and need common access to current versions … Continue reading
An incomplete list of local backup software for Windows workstations.
Ideally all data associated with a web hosting account is being backed up automatically and often. Sometimes, however, you will want to manually back up some or all of the data. …
dd allows you to make an exact copy of a device. It is ideally suited to back up and restore a complete filesystem. …
When Mandriva’s drakbackup became too buggy for my needs, I investigated alternative backup solutions. Here are my search criteria, and what I found.