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How to backup your website in cPanel

How to Backup your website in cPanel. आप अपने वेबसाइट का फुल बैकअप गोदड़ी की होस्टिंग मैं से कैसे ले सकते है दोस्तों अपने अपने गोदड़ी के अकाउंट में जनन है  और वाहा अपने अपनी वेब होस्टिंग में जानना है वेब होस्टिंग में अपने cPanel में जानना है .

cPanel में जानने के बाद अपने अपने बैकअप पर क्लिक करना है वाहा आपको  Download a full website Backup काऑप्शन मिल जये गए जहा से आप अपने वेबसाइट का पूरा बैकअप ले सकते हो.

In this tutorial we will show you how to do a Full cPanel Backup of your account. Backing up your website is a necessary step for all users. Before making any changes to your website, it's best practice to always create a backup. Cpanel has a built-in backup tool to assist you with creating backups. This handy utility will create a zip file (compressed file) that you then can download to your local computer for storage. Please be advised, we do not allow anyone to store backups in File Manager, you must store them off of the server. Creating a full backup ensures you back up everything and is the safest method to ensure all your website files and emails are safe. We recommend that all of our customers maintain their own backups. Be sure to read our Do you run backups of your servers? article for an overview of how backups are maintained for our servers.

1. Login to your cPanel.
2. Click the Backup button in the Files section of cPanel.
3. In the Full Backup section, click the Download a Full Website Backup button.
4. On the next screen make sure the Home Directory option is selected.
5. If you want an email notification when the backup completes, enter your email address. If you do        not want an email, check the box next to Do not send email notification of backup completion.
6. Click the Generate Backup buton to begin the Full cPanel Backup. You will then see a message stating "Full Backup in Progress..." Allow some time for the backup to complete, you will receive an email notification upon completion (if you entered your email address in the last step).
7. Download the file from your cPanel. It will be located in your /home directory, begin with backup,      and include the date. For example: backup-10.26.2016_15-51-32_example.tar.gz

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