JetBackup 5 introduces multi-panel support, meaning that backups can be created in a cPanel server, for example, can be restored on a DirectAdmin server (and vice versa). To achieve that, the JetBackup team has to create its own unique backup
Here is an interesting project in which we had to design and build a strong, reliable, redundant, and cost-efficient private cloud. We used XCP-NG as a XenServer-based HyperVisor, and opensource technologies for the VM(s) running inside. BareMetal servers were rented
NOTE: Please Use this guide with proper caution. Running this script can cause a spike on your server’s load if not monitored properly. UPDATE: In JetBackup 5, task processing is now service based which allows for simultaneous processing for up
cPanel now officially supports Nginx as a web server (completely replaces Apache). You can read more about their implementation in their official documentation here. We’ve been playing around with it, and while everything seemed to be working out of the
JetBackup version 4+ introduced a fancy new filtering system. You can filter your backup job to do almost anything letting you squeeze the most out of your backup job. While having so many filter options can be powerful, sometimes you
JetBackup version 4+ introduced a fancy new alerts system in which you can easily get an overview of your notifications in one central place. There are 3 types of alerts : Information, Warning & Critical . You can also get
As hosting providers, you sometimes have to deal with huge account backups (over 100GB per account for example). JetBackup will make your life easier backing up these huge accounts, however restoring them is not always something we want to do.
It is very common for cPanel administrators to backup their data to a mountable folder. It could be either an NFS mount, or any other iSCSI / XFS / EXT mount – as long as it’s an external disk. To