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Old 26th April 2007, 18:14
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Default Automated Backup

I upgraded my Debian the other day and ran the ISPConfig install to repair all the glitches with versions. It worked great, except now I'm not having my sites automatically backed up.

Cronjobs are configured correctly (the rest run fine)

I've attempted to run "php /root/ispconfig/scripts/shell/backup.php" from the command line and there was no joy.

I took a look in the file and found "if($go_info["server"]["do_automated_backups"] != 1) die();" So I commented it out and it worked fine.

I guess do_automated_backups is a variable I can set somewhere, but I torn myself apart looking for where I can turn this on properly. I figure someone is going to point out the obvious here and tell me its right under my nose, but I can't find it anywhere! In the mean time I'll keep that line commented!
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