Backup/Restore LVE and PHP_Selector settings
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Is there a way to backup and restore settings so that everything is easily copied over after a drive swap? We're jumping to SSD and apparently cloning won't work cause of a smaller SSD drive. I've fine tuned all of the LVE and PHP_Selector settings and really would like to just restore them instead of doing it all over again. Is there a centralized place where they can be tarballed and restored to?

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  1. 16.03.2020 14:03:44
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Sergey Khristich Accepted Answer
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Interesting...

Hello Clayton,
Could you provide a little more information? And we will answer you as quickly as possible.
Thanks.
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  1. 16.03.2020 13:03:41
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Interesting...
  1. 23.07.2019 08:07:09
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Kate Grechishkina Accepted Answer
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Hello,
To add additional destinations to cPanel's System Backups use the following documentation: https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/74Docs/System+Backups

If you need to configure scheduling, read everything about Scheduling and Retention that can be found in this guide: https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/74Docs/Backup+Configuration
  1. 23.07.2019 06:07:46
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Hello,

I'm planning to add the file "/etc/container/ve.cfg" and folder "/etc/cl.selector/" to the cpanel system backups just like it's mentioned by the user in this thread: https://www.cloudlinux.com/forum/forum18/making-backups-and-restoring
Is it possible to setup the backup schedule? Thanks.
  1. 09.08.2017 19:08:41
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How about any customization we have made to the php installs and selected libraries defaults per versions? Aren't they all in /etc/opt/ or someplace like that? Don't exactly recall the path without some serious hunting. Can all those be simply copied back over?
  1. 09.08.2017 14:08:02
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Excellent! Wish cPanel had thought to make it so easy moving their settings. :-)

Thanks for the assist
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