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How do I maintain my Virtuozzo VPS?

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In this tutorial we will be performing routine maintenance on our VPS.
Begin by clicking the Maintenance link

In this tutorial we will be performing routine maintenance on our VPS.
Begin by clicking the Maintenance link

First, let's perform a backup.

First, let's perform a backup.

If you want to add a comment to your backup, or set any preferences you can do that now.

If you want to add a comment to your backup, or set any preferences you can do that now.

When everything is setup click the Backup button.

When everything is setup click the Backup button.

The backup has been started, you can click the Details link to get the status.

The backup has been started, you can click the Details link to get the status.

This is the status screen.

This is the status screen.

The backup has been completed. Let's close the window and see our new backup.

The backup has been completed. Let's close the window and see our new backup.

This is our new backup. If we check the checkbox next to it we can either renew it (replace the backup with a new one), restore the container to this backup or remove the backup.

This is our new backup. If we check the checkbox next to it we can either renew it (replace the backup with a new one), restore the container to this backup or remove the backup.

The deletion has been scheduled.

The deletion has been scheduled.

If your VPS is having errors you have a couple options to get running again.

If your VPS is having errors you have a couple options to get running again.

Repair Mode will create a new temporary VPS for you to use and give you access to your old files so you can fix the issue. This option should be used if your container will not start and you need the information you have on your VPS.

Repair Mode will create a new temporary VPS for you to use and give you access to your old files so you can fix the issue. This option should be used if your container will not start and you need the information you have on your VPS.

Reinstall will reset your VPS to the state it was in when it was created. This should be used if you are unsure how to fix any errors you are having or have backups of your data and don't need to fix the errors.

Reinstall will reset your VPS to the state it was in when it was created. This should be used if you are unsure how to fix any errors you are having or have backups of your data and don't need to fix the errors.