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What is the easiest way to backup data in JForum ??
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TheOne wrote:What is the easiest way to backup data in JForum ??


That really depends upon what database you are using for the forum content. Follow the recommended backup procedures for the database you use and back up the jforum database (or whatever name you chose for your DB).

You will probably also want to keep a backup of your JForum config files and any other files you may have customized.

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Also don't forget the upload folder which holds attachment files
[originally posted on jforum.net by luorihui]
 
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