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Hello,

Is it possible to make an auto full Backup of the website (daily, weekly & monthly) with defining the a specific path on the server ?
I can find a tutorial at this link https://compo.sr/docs/tut-backup.htm with the bellow photo, but I can't find the Schedual time on my website of the Backup function !
 
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Hello :) Have you set up the Cronjob (Set up scheduler) from the Tasks Checklist of the Admin Zone? It will require that to be set up correctly before the option appears.
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Hi
No, I didn't  set up the cronjob

How to do that ?
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There is guidance in this tutorial which will explain better than I could in a forum reply @ Composr Tutorial: Basic configuration and getting started - Composr
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I have type this command
http://xxxxx/cp/data/cron_bridge.php?querymode=1

And received:
/bin/php -C -q –no-header /home1/xxxxx/public_html/cp/data/cron_bridge.php

Then typed this command
http://xxxxx/cp/data/cron_bridge.php

I got a blank page


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Hi, /bin/php -C -q –no-header /home1/xxxxx/public_html/cp/data/cron_bridge.php is most likely what you need to reference in a new Cronjob (or Task on Windows) set to recur every 1 or 5 minutes (or whatever the maximum your web host allows).

Calling the script directly will return a blank page so that's normal but it will have removed that task from the Admin Zone checklist and may have provided the scheduled backup options. You will need to use your web hosting Control Panel (or Windows Task Manager/Scheduler) to set a recurring Cronjob/Task for it to 'truly' work.
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