JetBackup is a leading backup solution for cPanel. JetBackup allows you to back up your cPanel account quickly and efficiently through cPanel Remote or local incremental backups (as well as other backup schemes). Settings like automation of backups as well as restores on a cron job are also included and wrapped up in a nice user friendly GUI. JetBackup will also allow you to resell this backup service through an easy-to-user billing system and API to your clients all through the JetBackup web interface.
JetBackup uses what is called “Point-in-time incremental backups.” It will use as little space as possible (using hard links) to back up your accounts! A 14 days backup rotation, of a 2GB cPanel account, will only consume 2GB + 14 Days of new / changed files!
Well, with JetBackup’s native CloudLinux support, you can put the backup process inside LVE. It has been tested on crowded servers during peak hours, and it was hardly noticeable (will cost you backup time, as it will run slower – but worth the trouble). Doesn’t have CloudLinux ? You can still optimize the backup process using rsync’s IO limit, and re-prioritize using NICE & RENICE.
Self-restore GUI for resellers (WHM) & cPanel users! Full account restore, Singe file restore, Download files / backups, Restore Emails, Restore Database, Restore Cron jobs, Restore SSL Certificates!
Schedule as many backup jobs as you want, to multiple supported backup destinations! Local backups, Remote SSH, Remote FTP, Amazon S3, Dropbox!
-Simultaneous Local and Remote Backups!
-Create as many backup jobs as you want!
-Limit backup space / inodes for users
-Backup reports for billing support
-WHMCS Ready module
-Advanced Command line tools
-Clone cPanel accounts to remote server
Pre-Installation System Requirements
System Requirements for Installing JetBackup
To begin installation of the JetBackup Manager add-on, please login to your server as root user, and run the following commands:
$ yum clean all --enablerepo=jetapps* $ yum install http://repo.jetlicense.com/centOS/jetapps-repo-latest.rpm $ yum install jetapps-cpanel --enablerepo=jetapps
Once the installation finishes, login to your WHM GUI using root user, under “Plugins” menu click on the “JetApps” plugin.
Select JetApps -> JetBackup -> Choose a version to install & Approve the installation.
|Complete account backup|
|Backup directly to remote destination|
|Self restore GUI for cPanel users|
|Restore only specific files from remote/local backup|
|Download files from remote/local backup|
|DR Mode – Clone accounts by schedule to another cPanel server.|
|Point in time remote/local incremental backups|
|Cloudlinux support – Put the backup process inside LVE|
|API Access to backup / restore system|
|Multiple backup destinations|
|Multiple backup jobs to multiple destinations|
|Limit backup space / inodes for users|