If you manage a website, having a backup is something rather vital, especially if you have important information or you have invested time and money in creating the site. There are various situations why you may require a backup - if you update a script and something goes wrong, if you erase 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 may download a copy of your content on your computer from time to time, but as you cannot do that after each change, you will need to rely on the backups your hosting provider generates. As that is something really important, you must ensure that they keep up-to-date backups, given that a backup executed once every one or two weeks will not do any good if you run a website such as an online store or a holiday accommodation reservations portal.

Daily Data Back-up in Website Hosting

Because we understand how vital your website info is, we keep day-to-day backups of all your files and databases, so if anything fails, the site may be restored just the way it was. What is more, we create at least 4 separate backups each day, so what will be restored will be nearly identical with, if not exactly the same as, what you had before. You could look at the backups right through the File Manager section of your Hepsia Cp and see on what day and at what hour they were made. Then you may just copy the content to the live website folder. On the other hand, you can contact us and we will restore the backup from the desired date for you. We keep backups irrespective of which website hosting you have opted for, so you'll never need to be concerned about losing any part of your web content.

Daily Data Back-up in Semi-dedicated Servers

Our system generates a full copy of the files and databases in each semi-dedicated server account produced on our cutting-edge web hosting platform, so in case you host your websites with us, you'll never need to cope with information loss, particularly having in mind that the copies are produced not less than 4 times each day and are kept for a minimum of one week. Restoring the content requires just several minutes and may be completed in two ways. The first is to send a support ticket with this request, indicating from which particular date you want the backup to be restored. Another way is to restore the content all by yourself, as the backups are available inside the File Manager section of the CP and you can take a look at them freely to see what each folder features. All it takes to restore a backup is to copy the contents of the backup folder to the domain folder. You will be able to see the timestamp for each backup in the account, so you can use the one you need.