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How to backup a database that has many GB's

#1 Postby crownin » Jan 06, 2011 9:18 pm

Hello,

I want to know how to backup a database that has many GB's of files stored on it and transfer this to another server ? because you can't use ftp it gives way too low speed there must be a way right ?

Thanks.

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#2 Postby chrda » Jan 06, 2011 10:42 pm

R1soft backup with mysql addon is the best way.

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#3 Postby crownin » Jan 10, 2011 11:43 am

I have looked for R1soft but the tutorial is really difficult.
Could you please give me a simple tutorial for how to install/use R1soft.

Thanks

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#4 Postby chrda » Jan 10, 2011 11:50 am

i recommend buying the service from someone.
Depends on space but price is from 50 and up with mysql addon and space.

depends where your server is located.
But in .us i recommend gigenet, its a 70$ for mysql addon + 100gb
in .eu i know swiftway.co.uk got the services, but not tested.

They will install the client on the server, and you can manage backups through a webpanel

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#5 Postby crownin » Jan 10, 2011 11:56 am

Allright Thanks, But how fast could I transfer for example 1 TB ?

btw do you know how to use a server for web only Because I have a harddisk on web server to where files are getting stored on. Do I just have to set it on readonly or does it still uses power then ? Because I need to make it 100% for web only.

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#6 Postby chrda » Jan 10, 2011 12:37 pm

r1soft is only for web and database backup, so 1TB is kinda ALOT
usually you get 10-100GB storage space with r1soft.

Email me for msn, and ill help you out

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#7 Postby crownin » Jan 13, 2011 12:28 pm

chrda wrote:r1soft is only for web and database backup, so 1TB is kinda ALOT
usually you get 10-100GB storage space with r1soft.

Email me for msn, and ill help you out


I have spoken support of R1soft and he told me that R1soft isn't really designed for transfer from a server to a server but thanks anyway chrda ;)
any other solutions ?

Btw to run main server for web only I just need to set server off ?

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#8 Postby chrda » Jan 13, 2011 1:14 pm

Then you havent been asking the right question.

When you saying database, i read that you mean MySQL Database

For that r1soft is the best software.

If you mean your uploaded files...
that means rsync or ftp copy.

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#9 Postby crownin » Jan 15, 2011 12:53 pm

ohh I'm very sorry yes I mean uploaded files..

I tried it with ftp but it is way too slow...


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