vBulletin – Backup Data via Cpanel

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Tutorial on how to backup your vBulletin data using Cpanel. Visit our official vBulletin Website for support! 🙂 www.vbulletin.com

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5 Responses to “vBulletin – Backup Data via Cpanel”

  1. hurizam Says:

    those tutorials could be more beneficial if they were detailed, admins like details on this important tasks for eg: no restore process is shown here and even no frequent bug’s solutions is shown. that means new admins shall suffer to find out solutions for even a silly bug or mistake they have done accidentally.

  2. ooo0Bullet0ooo Says:

    @vBulletin4 Hmm ok thanks, I’ll be waiting for the video. 🙂 Nice stuff.

  3. vBulletin4 Says:

    @ooo0Bullet0ooo I’ll provide tutorial on how to restore it.

  4. vBulletin4 Says:

    @ooo0Bullet0ooo I can’t exactly provide you a reliable answer size of a backup, but I can say that vBulletin forums don’t take up that much space. I have a vBulletin forum with over 830,000 post and 15,000 members and it only takes around 1.5 gb. including all avatars, signatures, etc. So don’t be too worried about size. Though, I suggest extracting the zip file and grabbing the database and restoring it to a test vBulletin installation to make sure it works. 🙂

  5. ooo0Bullet0ooo Says:

    Hmm… When i done a full back-up it was only 4MB had about 100 threads there and 45 members is that about right the size?, my other forum’s database was wiped out which was a shame, also when i go to restore it doesn’t show “Restore Full Backup” it only show “Home Directory” , “MySQL Database” and “Email Forwarders & Filters”

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