A week later of the relevant sane backups already got removed. This is, where my backups get stored in my home directory on my provider’s host: …/wp/wp-content/uploads/backwpup-*-backups/ On my NAS in the “right” directory I already left a README with the rsync instructions. Last time (when an insane plugin removed lots of categories from articles)… Continue reading next time my WordPress looks somehow damaged or corrupt: get the backups over to my NAS immediately
https://wordpress.org/plugins/backwpup/ https://backwpup.com/docs/starting-backup-job-immediately-or-scheduled/ So far I have been using the “WordPress cron” approach. I have no idea, why the problem described above happens. But it confuses me a lot. Maybe I am going to try the WP-CLI approach next.
An error occurred while updating BackWPup: Could not copy file. backwpup/vendor/Guzzle/Plugin/Cache/CachePlugin.php The file exists and I have no idea, why this error message gets shown. Actually various files below backwpup/vendor/Guzzle/Plugin are concerned. Update: That happened, because I exceeded my disk quota.
http://wordpress.org/plugins/backwpup/ Schedule complete automatic backups of your WordPress installation. Decide which content will be stored (Dropbox, S3…). This is the free version. I am using it to store a filesystem directory at my webspace provider’s site.
This allows me again, to “publish” whatever it “needs” to publish i.e. whatever I “can’t” tell anyone personally, because “they” are not interested or because telling people “personally” is far too intrusive. That may sound sad, but I got used to it and I almost don’t care any more; and this way some of my… Continue reading I am so glad: the blogs on my self-hosted WordPress site seem to work smoothly again