How to Backup Your Database Using cPanel

This article will give you a step by step guide on how to backup your database from your cPanel

If you want to manually backup and restore specific files and folders, please refer to this article

Sign into your cPanel and follow these steps:

1) Click Backups

2) Under Download a MySQL Database Backup, click on the database you would like to download

3) Your backup with now be downloaded

This now concludes how to backup your database using cPanel

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4 Comments on How to Backup Your Database Using cPanel

  1. Ralph says:

    Is cPanel not available for your ASP Net customers?

  2. GCE says:

    Is it possible to automate the backup process? For example to have daily, weekly and monthly backups?

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