Cron jobs are supposed to be the smartest and simplest way to automate things on a Linux server, and they are to some extent. However, its design, deeply rooted on the darkest corners of the Linux kernel, designed by the deep minds that created Linux itself, doesn't always present itself as obvious to us marketers (or to any other kind of Linux Dummies), that's probably why soooo many people have issues with cron jobs. Yes, maybe this is something that should be solved within the Mautic interface, maybe someday... in the meantime, let's try to tackle this problem down, in a way even a marketer can do it :-)
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There's much more to making backups than just copying files, as you probably know, you need a backup strategy. In this post, I'm not going to enter in detail on the strategic part. Anyway, I'm going to abide by the most basic and indispensable elements of a backup strategy, that is so, if you ever need your data, you have a certain guarantee that your data will remain available to you when most needed.
I'm going to start with a little bit of theory, I know it's boring, but it will let you understand what you're doing in the second part when we start using the console and giving instructions to the server.
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