The Backup Configuration interface allows system administrators to customize their scheduled backups.
This interface allows you to download and store your site in a backup file.
This interface restores cPanel accounts from local or remote server backups.
You can edit backup retention behavior in WHM's Backup Configuration interface.
The Backup System Migration interface automatically converts and migrates any Legacy Backup system files to the current Backup system.
This document describes the structure and contents of the backup tarball file.
This interface allows you to exclude user accounts from your scheduled backups.
This interface allows you to back up all or part of your website, or to restore it from the most recent backup file.
The File and Directory Restoration interface allows you to restore items from local backup sources.
The File and Directory Restoration interface allows you to restore items from the local backups of your cPanel account users.
In some circumstances, experienced system administrators may need to completely restore a server from a crashed or failed hard drive.
This document explains how to set up your Google Drive™ account as an Additional Destination in WHM's Backup Configuration interface.
The Backup Configuration feature allows users to create a Custom Destination for their backups.
To exclude files or directories from your user backups, you can perform various actions.
System administrators can manage whether to create metadata for backups.
When accounts are too large to move with the WHM Transfers features, you can move the accounts manually.
This document explains how to rebuild corrupt userdata files.
When you attempt to perform a backup to a Common Internet File System (CIFS)-mounted drive, you may receive errors.
This document describes how to run backups on locally-mounted remote filesystems.
This document describes how to troubleshoot a remote transport pruning failure.