- Accu auto backup allow you to take backup as per schedule like ( Daily,Weekly,Monthly.. ).
- All taken backup is stored in zip format, you can download.
- It will allow you to take backup using two method in which one will be through automation and another have manual.
- WordPress 4.0 and PHP 5.6 required!
- Linux based Hosting having shell_exec permission enabled.
- For windows based hosting you can have only manual option avaliable.
- Create Database Backup
Accu Auto Backup plugin helps you to create Database Backup easily on single click.
- Create and Manage automation cron by plugin.
It will manage your linux cron automatically by adding cron to automate backup schedule.
- You can also manage backup automation from other cron job providing web-sites like setcronjob.com etc.
- Installation Instructions
- Install Accu-Auto-Backup either via the WordPress.org plugin directory, or by uploading the files to your server.
- Activate the plugin.
- Go To Tools > Accu Auto Backup > General Setting then prefer your settings and click on save settings.
The plugin will try to use the zip and shell_exec commnads via shell if they are available, using these will greatly improve the time it takes to back up your site and setting the cron.
- What is the format or extension of database backup file?
It will have .zip extension in which .sql file kept.
- Where does Accu-Auto-Backup store the backup files?
Backups are stored on your server in /wp-content/uploads/accu_auto_backup.
Important: By default our plugin backs up your all database tables.
- What is CRON Job
Cron jobs are scheduled tasks that the system runs at predefined times or intervals. Typically, a cron job contains a series of simple tasks that the system runs from a script file.
- How can I setup CRON in cPanel with manual mode selection from General Setting?
- Log on to your cPanel Interface.
- Go to ‘Advanced’ section.
- Click on ‘Cron Jobs’.
- Select the specific time from the lists provided.
- You should enter the command [Copy “Cron Path” line from General Setting of module] to run in the “Command” field.