How can I backup all data and configurations in my linux VPS

JoanHumphreys

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After I have studied about ways to manage unmanaged VPS I am owning one now
I have a question, how can I backup all data (include files, data and configs) in my linux VPS so that I can restore them when I move to a new unmanaged vps but different IP adress?
And I can do the backup for managed VPS?
 

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the easiest way is to use r1soft. This will take an image of your VPS. There are a few websites that will provide you with this service and all you do is install the local agent.
 

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yes google r1soft bare metal restore. What is your VPS running? Have you checked with your VPS provider that they don't provide a backup solution? Places like Digital ocean will give you the option to take a snapshot.

forgot to mention r1soft can't backup openvz vps.
 

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Keep in mind that software like r1soft can be quite pricey, if you are looking for a free solution you probably aren't going to find one. Your best bet is to choose a provider that offers a solution such as this, or that offers the capability to create image backups of your VPS.
 
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