BackupBuddy Server Information: Server Configuration

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Revision as of 10:24, August 8, 2013

The Server Configuration section of the Server Information Server tab contains information about your site's server with suggestions, value and current status (pass/fail).

  • BackupBuddy Version - Once you have licensed BackupBuddy, you may select this to go to the Plugins page to upgrade to the latest minor version. Typically only major versions are available for automatic updates but this option allows you to force updating to the latest minor version.
  • WordPress Version - Version of WordPress currently running. It is important to keep your WordPress up to date for security & features.
  • MySQL Version - Version of your database server (mysql) as reported to this script by WordPress.
  • AddHandler in .htaccess - If detected, then you may have difficulty migrating your site to some hosts without first removing the AddHandler line. Some hosts will malfunction with this line in the .htaccess file; host dependant (none best unless required)
  • PHP Version - Version of PHP currently running on the site.
  • PHP max_execution_time (server-reported) - Maximum amount of time that PHP allows scripts to run. After this limit is reached the script is killed. The more time available the better. 30 seconds is most common though 60 seconds is ideal.
  • PHP Memory Limit - The amount of memory this site is allowed to consume.
  • Zip Methods - Methods your server supports for creating ZIP files. These were tested & verified to operate. Command line is magnitudes better than other methods and operates via exec() or other execution functions. ZipArchive is a PHP extension. PHP-based ZIP compression/extraction is performed via a PHP script called pclzip but it is slower and can be memory intensive.
  • Database Dump Methods - Methods your server supports for dumping (backing up) your mysql database. These were tested values unless compatibility / troubleshooting settings override.
  • Site Size - Total size of your site (starting in your WordPress main directory) INCLUDING any excluded directories / files.
  • Site Size (Default Exclusions applied) - Total size of your site (starting in your WordPress main directory) EXCLUDING any directories / files you have marked for exclusion.
  • Site number of files - Total number of files/folders in your site (starting in your WordPress main directory) INCLUDING any excluded directories / files.
  • Site number of files (Default Exclusions applied) - Total number of files/folders site (starting in your WordPress main directory) EXCLUDING any directories / files you have marked for exclusion.
  • Database Size - Total size of your database INCLUDING any excluded tables.
  • Database Size (Default Exclusions applied) - Total size of your database EXCLUDING any tables you have marked for exclusion.
  • Average Write Speed - Average ZIP file creation write speed. Backup file sizes divided by the time taken to create each. Samples: `2`.
  • Guesstimate of max ZIP size - Calculated estimate of the largest .ZIP backup file that may be created. As ZIP files are compressed the site size that may be backed up should be larger than this.
  • Http Loopbacks - Some servers are not configured properly to allow WordPress to connect back to itself via the site URL (ie: http://your.com connects back to itself on the same server at http://your.com/ to trigger a simulated cron step). If this is the case you must either ask your hosting provider to fix this or enable WordPres Alternate Cron mode in your wp-config.php file.
  • WordPress Alternate Cron - Some servers do not allow sites to connect back to themselves at their own URL. WordPress and BackupBuddy make use of these "Http Loopbacks" for several things. Without them you may encounter issues. If your server needs it or you are directed by support you may enable Alternate Cron in your wp-config.php file. When enabled this setting will display "Enabled" to remind you.
  • Disabled PHP Functions -
  • PHP Register Globals
  • PHP Magic Quotes GPC
  • PHP Magic Quotes Runtime
  • PHP Safe Mode
  • PHP API
  • PHP Architecture
  • Http Server Software
  • Server Load Average
  • PHP SSH2, SFTP Support
  • WordPress ABSPATH
  • Operating System
  • Active WordPress Plugins
  • PHP Process User (UID:GID)

Display Results in Text Format Display Extended PHP Settings via phpinfo


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