We are going to update our server OS and it will require that everything will be erased. According to GoDaddy: "Upgrading your server's operating system requires a reprovision of your server, which erases all data on your server's hard drives". We have many websites on the server that are quite large. Can the Plesk GUI handle such a task or do we need to use command line tools? We just want to back up everything via FTP to another server, then upgrade the OS, then bring it all back. I'm concerned about how long the downtime will be and how reliable the backups will be. I've gone through the Plesk backup guide PDF but I've found it extremely confusing without a simple guide on how to accomplish this. I've been looking through the options in the "Backup settings" but don't see any clear help guides on the page that explain the options. For example, "Create multivolume backup". Under what circumstances should one do this and what are the advantages/disadvantages? And under "Backup content" > "Back up": There's an option for "Reseller's configuration" and "Reseller's configuration and content". We just want to back up everything since the server is going to be erased, do we just pick the second option? There's also this: "Suspend domains until backup task is completed". Why would one do that? Also, after the server is reprovisioned and everything is erased. How do we bring everything back? Through the Plesk interface? Where in the interface? I don't see a "restore from backup" option available in the GUI interface.