“Point-in-time incremental backups”. We harness the power of hardlinks to use less space while backing up accounts. After your first full backup future backups will only take up space from changed files.
Schedule as many backup jobs as you want. We also have multiple supported backup destinations! Local backups, Remote SSH, Remote FTP, Amazon S3, and Dropbox!
With our native CloudLinux support you can put the backup process inside LVE. Don’t have CloudLinux? You can still optimize the backup process using rsync’s IO limit, and re-prioritize using NICE & RENICE.
Self restore GUI for cPanel and WHM users! Full account restore, singe file restore, download files/backups, restore emails, databases, cron jobs, SSL Certificates and more !
Limit jobs per reseller/package
Advanced Scheduling (run before/after other job is done)
Scheduled Backup Window (select job end time. Will start where left off next job run)
Backup directly to remote destination
Self restore GUI for cPanel users
Single file restore from local/remote backup
Multiple file restore from local/remote backup
Download files from local/remote backup
DR Clone (scheduled incremental migration of accounts)
Snapshots (end user on-demand backup stored outside of cPanel account)
Extensive ACL System (enable/disable any feature for any user)
Advanced Account Selection (based on account size, account starts with A-Z, etc.)
Point-in-time local/remote incremental backups
Cloudlinux support (put the backup process inside LVE)
API Access to backup/restore system
Multiple backup destinations
Multiple backup jobs to multiple destinations
Limit backup space / inodes for users
Now you can create a special job that will back up your accounts on an hourly basis. This is a must have for websites with constantly changing data!
Provide added value to your hosting clients by enabling backups per cPanel package, or charge extra for packages that have backup functionality enabled to add more revenue to your hosting company!
Predict how well your backup job will perform. Rating system will detect remote destinations with bad connections or very high IO latency and will report back. Make your backup job as efficient as possible!