Data here is for BlazingCDN Storage but not for CDN Edge Servers.
For security reasons, the user should first back up the data in Storage. This is due to the possibility of an error or confusion during the execution of the process. The most popular ones include:
- accidental deletion of own files via API or FTP,
- storage server failure.
Backing up to BlazingCDN
To create a backup, copy the contents of one Storage to another. Such Storage in BlazingCDN can only be used for backup. If data access in Primary Storage is lost for some reason, CDN services cannot access the source information. In this case, you must replace the CDN service settings to use the resources in the Backup Storage.
How to do it?
- Purchase an additional server for backup.
- Download a ticket and contact customer service on how to back up on server space sharing in BlazingCDN.
BlazingCDN – upgrade your storage
BlazingCDN – storage integration using PHP FTP
BlazingCDN – Storage API documentation
BlazingCDN – logs storage
BlazingCDN – custom HTTP headers
BlazingCDN – Create a storage
BlazingCDN – access to storage