How to add Backups to an existing VPS

Introduction

Today, we will explain How to add Backups to an existing VPS. If you forgot to add backups when you ordered VPS, the LaunchVPS control panel enables you to add Backups in existing VPS.

Prerequisites

You will need:

  • VPS from LaunchVPS

Step 1 - Select VPS

First, log in to your account and select services.

Services

Select the VPS that you want to add backups.

VPS

Step 2 - Add Backups

Now from Actions section select Upgrade/Downgrade Options.

Upgrade options

After,  go to Scheduled Backups and choose the new configuration.

Click on Click to Continue button and pay for the upgrade.

Step 3 - Create Backup

After upgrading your server, you will be able to create new backups. To add new backup follow this article https://cp.launchvps.com/index.php?rp=/knowledgebase/11/How-to-Perform-a-Manual-VPS-Image-Backup.html

Conclusion

You have successfully added Backups to an existing VPS. Now you can save your data.

 

  • VPS, Backup, KVM, LXC, Addons
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