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Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by roundst, May 9, 2008.

  1. roundst

    roundst Guest

    Hi all

    I'm about to rebuild my server, going from Fedora 6 to Centos 5 - for stability reasons primarily.
    (Plesk 8.3.0 on both)

    I run backups daily using the backup option.

    I'm just trying to find out EXACTLY what is backed up by this routine, but can't find an answer

    I know that the website stuff is, as is any SQL databases and domain configurations

    Are emails and email accounts backed up?
    Horde config?
    Horde calendar info?
    DNS changes?

    Can Client info be backed up?

    Can the server config as a whole be backed up, or is it just client by client?

    Thanks for any info in advance.

  2. roundst

    roundst Guest


    Not as part of the standard backups


    As part of the regular backup - yes

    Apparantly there is a command-line way of doing this - so exploring

    So i think the process of rebuild and restore should go ok generally... it's just where Horde saves it's data.. any ideas?