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OurWebMedia says

Hello Everyone,

I’m working with a rather large blog and the client would like something to create regular backups for him. I’ve read about lots of different plugins for this but have not used any of them personally so cannot really say which may be my best and most reliable pick from the bunch.

Have any of you used WordPress backup plugins? I typically just backup my server and databases through cPanel but this client wants something a little less time consuming and I guess I somewhat understand.

Any suggestions would be awesome!

Thanks, Bryce

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EireStudio says

I use this for the db: http://ilfilosofo.com/blog/wp-db-backup/ but I don’t backup media, but I guess I should :|

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OurWebMedia says

Media is something he wants included in the backups. Majority of his WordPress posts contain Media Uploads / Image attachments.

Thanks for the suggestion though, I will look into it.

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hirenbvala says

Well I can do this with cron job…

It will backup your whole mysql database of wordpress and zip all the files and store it in some perticuler folder..

if you would like this.. please contact me through my profile..

Waiting for your reply…

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OurWebMedia says

Hello VIJAYJOSHI ,

Thanks so much for your offering to assist.

The client I am working with unfortunately uses a hosting provider that does not allow cron jobs. This was one of my first thoughts but am not able to do it since he does not have access to that ability.

Thanks so much.

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hirenbvala says

Well then i will do this thing with php and i will host cron jobs on my hosting server.

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