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Extmag Backup Pro has flexible settings for performing daily or hourly backups. You can only back up those folders in your store that are critical for the operation of the store. And set up the native Magento Backup module to work once a week in order to have a complete copy of the site. Thus, your backups will take up a minimum of space on the server and will not interfere with the operation of the site. Minimal copies are created quickly and do not require a store to shut down for maintenance.
A 1.5 GB database is backed up in approximately 6-8 minutes. In this case, your site remains functional. Knowing the size of your database you can guess the backup time on your server.
Another feature of Extmag Backup Pro is the ability to store backups in cloud storage. At the moment, the module supports Dropbox, Google Drive, and Microsoft OneDrive. After making some adjustments, all your backups will be uploaded to the selected cloud storage. You can also specify how many copies to keep on the server to restore the store. The module will delete all other copies, but they will still be stored in the cloud storage (if configured) until you manually delete them.
Restoring a backup is done from the standard interface in the same way as from a regular backup made by the default Magento Backup module.
- Keeping a certain number of store backups
- Uploading backups to cloud services Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, etc.
- Work on the cron. Running a check from once every two days to several times a day.
- Creation of minimized backups that include only critical data.
- Supports a huge Database and at the same time, your site will continue to work with a slight slowdown until the backup ends.
- While the online store is under development, you need to configure the module so that the backups include all folders and are created once every 2-3 hours. This way you can always roll back to the correct version if a development error occurs.
- When the site is completely ready and switched to production mode, you need to perform a full backup.
- Configure the module so that it backs up only those folders that change frequently. As an example, the vendor folder is not included in such folders, so if you exclude it, it is already in the full backup anyway.
- If the traffic and the number of orders from the site are high, then you should configure the module to create backups once every 3-5 hours. This will allow you the opportunity in case of data loss to restore them to the next hour.
- If there are not many orders per day, it is worth setting up a schedule for performing backups once every 12 hours. Although it is possible more often.
Technical SpecificationsBack to top
Adobe Commerce platform compatibility
Open Source (CE): 2.4 (current)
Commerce on prem (EE): 2.4 (current)
Commerce on Cloud (ECE): 2.4 (current)
29 March, 2023
Extensions, Site Optimization, Hosting, Site Monitoring, Performance
Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Edge, IE
Quality ReportBack to top
All tests were conducted on the latest versions of Adobe Commerce that existed for the compatible release lines at the moment of the extension submission. Latest versions of all other software were used, as applicable.
Release NotesBack to top
- Compatible with Open Source (CE) : 2.4
- Compatible with Commerce on prem (EE) : 2.4
- Compatible with Commerce on Cloud (ECE) : 2.4
- Stability: Stable Build
Support Adobe Commerce (Magento) 2.4.6
Support PHP 8.1 and PHP 8.2
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