How to Backup and Restore a MySQL Database
MySQL via Command Line 102: Basic User Interaction
Generating frequent backups of databases is important to recover data and rerun it if any problems occur. Such problems include:
Common Postgres Tasks on CentOS 7
This guide walks you through some common tasks surrounding a Postgres server. In this tutorial, we’ll cover installing Postgres, creating new databases and users, backing up databases, and more! Let’s dig in!
How to Work With PostgreSQL Databases
Table of Contents
Dump a database
Dumping all databases
Delete or Drop a Database
Delete a Grant
Restore a Database
Rollback a Plugin or Theme Using WP-CLI
WP-CLI makes it very easy to rollback plugins and themes as well as update plugins and themes on sites all from command line. This is useful if you see your site is broken by a newer version of the theme or plugin. In this article, we’ll be running through some valuable commands for rolling back your site.
Proactive Server Maintenance Checklist, Prior to Reboot
We have tutorials on How to Create a Storm Server Backup, and How to Restore a Storm Server Backup.
How To: Restore a Domain From cPanel Backups
In this tutorial, we will be reviewing how to restore a domain from cPanel backups. While it is a good and useful thing to have entire server backups enabled, sometimes we only need to restore a single domain. In these situations, cPanel backups make it easy for us to restore a single site from the Web Host Manager (WHM) interface, or from the command line.
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