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Our friends at <a href="https://www.ostraining.com/">OSTraining</a> have done a tremendous job with their video tutorials on BackWPup. The complete series of five videos have been made <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pECMkLE27QQ&amp;list=PLtaXuX0nEZk9_54BOxcBYXMI3gx3ZxICQ&amp;index=1">available for free on YouTube</a>. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Our friends at <a href="https://www.ostraining.com/">OSTraining</a> have done a tremendous job with their video tutorials on BackWPup. The complete series of five videos have been made <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pECMkLE27QQ&amp;list=PLtaXuX0nEZk9_54BOxcBYXMI3gx3ZxICQ&amp;index=1">available for free on YouTube</a>.

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Yes. You need to have writing access to the wp-config.php file (usually residing in the root directory of your WordPress installation). You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Yes. You need to have writing access to the wp-config.php file (usually residing in the root directory of your WordPress installation).

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Yes. Go to your BackWPup temp directory and find a file named <code>backwpup-xyz-working.json</code> where “xyz” is a random string of numbers and characters. Delete that file to cancel the currently running backup job. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Yes. Go to your BackWPup temp directory and find a file named <code>backwpup-xyz-working.json</code> where “xyz” is a random string of numbers and characters. Delete that file to cancel the currently running backup job.

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Go to Settings-&gt;Jobs and try a different option for “Reduce server load”. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Go to Settings-&gt;Jobs and try a different option for “Reduce server load”.

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Try opening the text file in an editor software like Notepad++ (Windows) or TextMate (Mac) to preserve line-breaks. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Try opening the text file in an editor software like Notepad++ (Windows) or TextMate (Mac) to preserve line-breaks.

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Go to Settings-&gt;General and disable “Display folder sizes on files tab if job edited”. Calculating folder sizes can take a while on sites with many folders. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Go to Settings-&gt;General and disable “Display folder sizes on files tab if job edited”. Calculating folder sizes can take a while on sites with many folders.

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Please set CHMOD 775 on the /wp-content/ directory and refresh the BackWPup dashboard. If that doesn’t help, try CHMOD 777. You can revert it to 755 once BackWPup has created its folder. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Please set CHMOD 775 on the /wp-content/ directory and refresh the BackWPup dashboard. If that doesn’t help, try CHMOD 777. You can revert it to 755 once BackWPup has created its folder.

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Not really a solution, but a way to identify the real problem: see remarks on WP Cron at the top. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Not really a solution, but a way to identify the real problem: see remarks on WP Cron at the top.

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<strong>Solution #3</strong> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

<strong>Solution #3</strong>

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<strong>Solution #2</strong>

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<strong>Solution #1</strong> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

<strong>Solution #1</strong>

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That means a backup job has started, but BackWPup doens’t know where to store the backup files. Please cancel the running job and re-edit its configuration. There should be a Tab “To: …” in your backup job’s configuration. Have you set a backup target correctly? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

That means a backup job has started, but BackWPup doens’t know where to store the backup files. Please cancel the running job and re-edit its configuration. There should be a Tab “To: …” in your backup job’s configuration. Have you set a backup target correctly?

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A simple way to find out whether WP Cron works as it should on your site is to create a new post and set its publishing date to some point in the future, i.e. 10 minutes from now. Then leave your site (that’s important), come back after 11 minutes and check whether your scheduled post has been published. If not, you’re very likely to have an issue with WP Cron. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

A simple way to find out whether WP Cron works as it should on your site is to create a new post and set its publishing date to some point in the future, i.e. 10 minutes from now. Then leave your site (that’s important), come back after 11 minutes and check whether your scheduled post has been published. If not, you’re very likely to have an issue with WP Cron.

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%s = Two digit representation of the second You have to log in to add a translation. Details

%s = Two digit representation of the second

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%i = Two digit representation of the minute You have to log in to add a translation. Details

%i = Two digit representation of the minute

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