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backups

  1. SneakyDave

    [SolidMean] ForumBackup Dropbox Upload 1.1.01

    ABOUT This addon is an extension to the free ForumBackup add-on. It allows database and file system backup files to be transferred to a Dropbox account. ForumBackup is required for use with this addon. A Dropbox PHP API (version 2) is included in this distribution, but it is not officially...
  2. SneakyDave

    [SolidMean] ForumBackup SFTP Transfer 1.1.0

    REQUIREMENTS - This add-on requires the [SolidMean] ForumBackup add-on, version 1.2.0 or higher. - This add-on will not be functional and will not run if the PHPSSH2 extension is not installed. See this thread. ABOUT This addon is an extension to the ForumBackup add-on located on XenForo.com...
  3. SneakyDave

    [SolidMean] ForumBackup SFTP Transfer [Paid]

    SneakyDave submitted a new resource: [SolidMean] ForumBackup SFTP Transfer - Securely transfer your ForumBackup files to a remote host via sftp Read more about this resource...
  4. SneakyDave

    Using WinSCP to schedule backup transfers

    This guide was originally published on http://xenadmins.com Many site owners have their site backups stored on their site's server, but don't have an automated way to transfer their backup files to their Windows machine. It's good to have backups, but better to have them, or at least the most...
  5. SneakyDave

    Using WinSCP to schedule backup transfers

    SneakyDave submitted a new resource: Using WinSCP to schedule backup transfers - How to get your backups safely and securely transferred from your site to your Windows machine. Read more about this resource...
  6. SneakyDave

    [SolidMean] ForumBackup 1.2.01

    If this addon is useful to you, please consider donating any amount. About This is a great option for sites that currently don't have a scheduled backup routine in place for their XenForo installation. This addon, once installed, will backup your database and/or forum directory as 2 separate...
  7. SneakyDave

    [SolidMean] ForumBackup

    SneakyDave submitted a new resource: [SolidMean] ForumBackup - Schedule backups of your database and XenForo root directory Read more about this resource...
  8. Rhydian

    database backup options

    For the database backup I think it would be good if we could select what data we want to backup to save on downloading unnecessary data for example I could select "Backup members, posts, threads likes" or Chose whether or not to backup installed themes/plugins.