Creating a backup

It's important to periodically backup your Minecraft server in case something goes wrong. Multicraft offers a slick feature to backup your server's worlds manually, or if you create a scheduled task, you can do it automatically on a schedule.

For Manual Backups:
  1. Log into the control panel and select the server you want to backup
  2. On the left hit "Files", then hit "Backup"
  3. Hit "Start"
  4. You can then download the backup to your computer once it's complete if you'd like

For Automatic Backups:
  1. Log into the control panel and select the server you want to backup
  2. On the left hit "Advanced", then hit "Scheduled Tasks"
  3. Hit "New Task" and enter the details (Command will be "Create Backup")
  4. You can download the backups to your computer if you'd like, once it's ran.
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