When you manage a website, having a backup is something really important, particularly if you have important information or you have invested money and time in building the site. There are numerous scenarios why you may require a backup - if you update a script and something goes completely wrong, if you eliminate a file or a whole folder by accident, etc. Having regular backups will help you avoid any loss of information or at least minimize the damage, which is still better than losing the entire site. You could download a copy of your content on your PC occasionally, but because you cannot do that after every change, you have to rely on the backups your web hosting provider generates. As this is something really crucial, you must ensure that they keep up-to-date backups, because a backup generated once every one or two weeks won't do any good if you run a site such as an online store or a holiday accommodation reservation portal.
Daily Data Back-up in Shared Web Hosting
When you order any of the shared web hosting solutions which we provide, you can leverage the backup feature that comes with our packages by default and at no extra cost. We shall set up a copy of your files and databases not once, but at least four times each day, so any time a problem shows up on your Internet site for whatever reason, we can swiftly restore everything, and in the worst scenario, your site will be restored the way it was only some hours ago. There are two ways for a backup to be restored - you may contact us through a support ticket and we shall do what’s required on our end within the hour, or you may directly copy the content from the backup to the live Internet site folder from the File Manager section of the Hepsia hosting CP, in which you shall find all of the backups that have been produced listed in chronological order.
Daily Data Back-up in Semi-dedicated Hosting
All of our Linux semi-dedicated hosting include everyday content backups by default. This option will allow you to develop your Internet sites without worrying if something could go wrong, simply because our system generates a new backup every couple of hours over a seven-day period, so a new backup doesn't overwrite a previous one. Restoring the content is super easy and will take a few minutes - you can use a support ticket and mention the date of the backup that you want to be restored, or you could just copy the backed-up files, since they shall be available in read-only folders inside the File Manager section of your hosting CP. Every single backup folder contains the exact date and time it was made in its name, so you will be able to swiftly locate and copy the content you need, even when you don't have any prior experience with this sort of matters.