Aurora Files documentation

Performing data backup

If you wish to perform full backup of your Aurora Files installation, you will need to export the database as well as backup files and directories of your installation.

You can export full structure and content of MySQL database with phpMyAdmin, some other MySQL management tool, it can be done via command line as well, using mysqldump tool. For example:

mysqldump -uroot -pYourRootPassWord afterlogic --result-file=/root/afterlogic.sql

The above assumes your database is called afterlogic, you're using root mySQL credentials, and the SQL file will be stored under /root. You can find the database credentials used in data/settings/config.json configuration file.

Also, you should backup all the files of your Aurora Files installation - or at least, its data/ directory. You can create ZIP archive of your installation containing all the subdirectories and files. For example, the following commands will create an archive of your installation and save it under under /root:

cd /root
zip -r /var/www/afterlogic

NB: If you're using S3-compatible storage for files rather than built-in file storage, you may wish to perform your S3 storage backup as well.