This tutorial is about How to Install and Uninstall JetBackup for cPanel
In this tutorial, we can check how to install JetBackup for cpanel.
JetBackup is one of the leading backup solutions for cPanel & WHM that offers a user-friendly GUI. It provides settings for automation of backups as well as restores on a cron job. JetBackup helps to take the backup of your cPanel accounts and files quickly and efficiently through cPanel remote incremental backups, and this offers many features, such as multi-scheduling, account filters, GDRP mode, hybrid backups, custom hooks, and more.
The minimum system requirements before installing JetBackup for cPanel are listed below:
cPanel version 68 and above
CentOS / CloudLinux / RedHat 6 or above
64-bit Operating System
Tweak the Max cPanel process memory to at least 2GB from WHM.
How to Tweak the cPanel Process Memory?
Log in to the WHM as a root user.
Navigate to Server Configuration and select the ‘Tweak Settings’ option.
Go to the ‘System’ tab and set the Max cPanel process memory.
To install JetBackup for your server, follow the below steps:
Log in to the server as a root user and run the following bundle of commands.
# yum clean all –enablerepo=jetapps*
# yum install jetapps-cpanel –disablerepo=* –enablerepo=jetapps
After the installation, you need to install the current stable version of JetBackup from a tier either from the command-line or WHM.
From the command-line
To install the latest stable version, run the following command. In the following command, you can select the tier by replacing stable to edge or beta.
# jetapps –install jetbackup stable
1) Log in to WHM as root user and navigate to the cPanel option.
2) Select the Manage Plugins option, and from the list of plugins, select the ‘JetApps’ to proceed to JetBackup.
3) Select the version and tier for the installation and click the ‘Approve’ button.
JetBackup offers several options, and some of them are:
Full Account Backups
Cron Job Backups
DNS Zone Backups
SSL Cert Backups