BackupBuddy Settings: Database Defaults
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The Database Defaults section of the General Settings tab allows you to set the default base of database tables to backup, plus specific inclusions and exclusions of tables beyond the
Understanding WordPress Database Tables
For more information on WordPress database tables, visit the WordPress Codex Database Description page for an outline and description of the database tables created during a standard installation of WordPress.
Default database tables to backup
This setting determines the default set of database tables to backup. If this WordPress' tables is selected, then only tables with the same prefix (for example
wp_ for this installation) will be backed up by default. If all are selected, then all tables will be backed up by default. Additional inclusions & exclusions may be defined in the inclusions and exclusions picker.
- This WordPress' tables (prefix
wp_) - [Default] Default WordPress tables with the
- All tables in database (including non-WordPress) - When this option is enabled, ALL tables and data in the database will be backed up, even database content not related to WordPress, its content or plugins (based on prefix). This is useful if you have other software installed on your hosting that stores data in your database.
Inclusions / Exclusions beyond base
Using the picker on the left, choose additional databases tables to include OR exclude IN ADDITION to the DEFAULTS determined by the Default database tables to backup option. You may override defaults with exclusions.
Note: Excluding tables may result in an incomplete or broken backup, so exercise caution.
From the WordPress Codex: