Backups and Snapshots are a feature available to all new clients at CloudCone. This guide will have complete instructions on how to get started with our backups and snapshots

Backups

How to enable automatic backups?
How to restore a backup or snapshot file?
How to delete a backup or snapshot file?
How to disable automatic backups?

Snapshots

How to take a snapshot of my server?
How to restore a backup or snapshot file?
How to delete a backup or snapshot file?

Billing

What are our license and Add-on prices?

FAQ and Technical spec

Automatic backups take regular snapshots of your active file system. Since we do not stop your server to take a snapshot, booting from a backup is similar to rebooting after a non-graceful restart of your server.

While modern file systems and databases handle this scenario extremely well, you may want to take additional measures to guarantee a consistent state of your data when running very active and write intensive database-type systems. For example, with MySQL, you can set up a cron to run mysqldump to separate directory on the local file system.

Backups are stored in the same datacenter where your server is located on
Backups are stored in enterprise RAID 10 SAS storage nodes
CloudCone backups are run on an isolated 10 Gbit network that shouldn't affect your server at a network level
You can only restore snapshots or backups of the entire server, not individual files.
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