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    Re: How best to backup PHPNuke based Websites? (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Wednesday, January 02 @ 23:14:35 GMT

    Sounds like a good strategy to me – Make sure to keep at least 7 days of backups, and 4 weekly snapshots. That way you should be able to deal with any data-corruption issues:)

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    Re: How best to backup PHPNuke based Websites? (Score: 1)
    by AfroDawg on Wednesday, January 02 @ 23:45:41 GMT
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    Also be sure to run RAID-1 or RAID-5 if ya can. And see if you can encrypt the backup files and scp them to a different server at a different physical location.

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    Re: How best to backup PHPNuke based Websites? (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Thursday, January 03 @ 09:02:32 GMT

    I strongly suggest you *don’t* use PHP-Nuke. It’s god-awful code, hacks on top of hacks on top of hacks, and has security vulnerabilities, as has been shown. Our alternative, DPv2 (aka phoenix-ng) isn’t quite ready for prime time, but you can have a look at our SourceForge project nevertheless.


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