BackupBuddy v126.96.36.199 The Original WordPress Backup Plugin
BackupBuddy v188.8.131.52 Saving WordPress Sites Around The World Since 2010
We built BackupBuddy v184.108.40.206 because we experienced our own catastrophic server crash. At the time, WordPress didn’t offer any complete backup solutions. In both of our failure cases, we needed entire directory and file backups for complete site recovery.
BackupBuddy v220.127.116.11 Database or Full Backups
Run database backups for quick, small, frequent backups or run complete backups to get all your images, themes, plugins and everything else to a safe place.
BackupBuddy v18.104.22.168 Offsite Storage
Send your backups (individually or on a schedule) to offsite storage destinations like BackupBuddy Stash (our custom backup storage location), Amazon S3, Dropbox, Rackspace Cloud, FTP or email. If your site goes down, you don’t want your backup stored on that same server.
BackupBuddy v22.214.171.124 Schedule Backups
Schedule backups so you don’t need to remember to make backups every day, week or month. You can also set the schedule to send your backups to any of your offsite storage destinations automatically.
BackupBuddy v126.96.36.199 Stash Storage
We built BackupBuddy Stash specifically for storing and managing your BackupBuddy backups so you can manage backups for all of your sites in one central location. BackupBuddy users get 1GB of Stash storage for free!
BackupBuddy v188.8.131.52 Exclude Files & Tables
Choose which files (or tables) to exclude from your backups. This is helpful if you have a folder with lots of high-res images or videos that you don’t want to back up every time.
BackupBuddy v184.108.40.206 Backup Profiles
Create custom backup profiles for backups to use their own settings and file exclusions.
BackupBuddy v220.127.116.11 Changelog
v18.104.22.168 – 2015-12-28 – Dustin Bolton
Fixed undefined index for schedule on_off for old schedules.
Added new Advanced Option “Force Internal Cron” which forces uses of BackupBuddy’s own simulated cron instead of the WordPress cron to attempt to work around web host caching. This may be limited to manual backups only.