A nice article of how set up a backup of your website with rysnc and centos 6

This article provides a quick way to backup the most common things in a typical web hosting scenario: website files and database data. We will setup a full daily backup of a website folder and a copying of this data to a remote server (this can also work for another VPS). We will also set up a rsync example to just copy the incremental changes. Finally, we’ll set up backup of a MySQL database. The procedures described use a few simple Bash commands, rsync and cron to schedule backups. For example data, we can install WordPress as per this tutorial. It will place WordPress in /var/www/wordpress directory and a MySQL database wordpress and we now want to take a backup of all the data.

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