How to create a Partial Backup file for cPanel account?

  1. Login to your cPanel account.
  2. Go to Files tab and click Backup.
  3. Once the next page loads, locate Partial Backup tab.
  4. Click the portion of your site that you wish to back up:

    • Home Directory — Back up the /home directory.
    • MySQL Databases — Back up your databases.
    • Email Forwarders and Filters — Back up your email forwarders or filters.
    1. Click the appropriate item in the following interface to store the information to your computer or web server.

    *The type of backup file that the system generates depends on the portion of your site that you back up.

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