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Disable cpanel 'Full Backup' option in WHM

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  1. jack01

    jack01 Well-Known Member

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    http://bugzilla.cpanel.net/show_bug.cgi?id=8473

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    In the backups section of cPanel there is a button under the title of 'Full
    Backup' which reads 'Download or Generate a Full Web Site Backup'. This button should not be displayed by default because allowing users to run this process at any time can easily (and frequently) cause cpu load issues, not to speak of quota problems when a large tar file is stored in the FTP root of the account being backed up.

    Please make an option in WHM to enable/disable this Full Backup facility in
    cPanel. We have Daily and Weekly backups running which users can download with the 'System Backups' options anyway, there is no need for Full Backup to be available to users by default.

    Thank you.
     
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    I would like to see an option as well.
     
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    This feature is already enabled in cPanel 11.

    You can enable/disable the Backup facility for users from root WHM.

    Main >> Packages >> Feature Manager

    1) Select desired the feature list.
    2) Click on edit for the list of features.
    3) Un-check the feature "Backup Manager" - Save.

    This will disable the backup feature from users control panel. You may close the bug as well. :)
     
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