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Server Backups

Protect yourself against attacks and data corruption with our Backup Services!
Server Backups are only available currently for VPS Products

VPS Server Backups

What are VPS Backups?

Sonoran Servers includes free weekly backups with all VPS purchases, stored on-site for data loss or server issues.
Upgrade to daily backups, more restore options, and self-service backups for $10/month extra. Paid plans also recieve higher priority and faster speeds.

How Much Do VPS Backups Cost?

VPS Backups plans are straightforward and very cost-effective.
Plan
Self-Service Backups*
Backup Rotation**
FREE Restores*
Weekly Backups - FREE
3
Daily Backups - $10/month
10
* To prevent spam, self-service backups and restores are limited to two per month. Open a ticket with customer support in the need of additional restores.
** Backup Rotation is the maximum number of backups that are kept at any given time for a VPS, subsequent backups override the oldest backup.

How do I upgrade my Backup Plan?

1. Purchase Backup Plan at VPS initial purchase

2. Contact Support to upgrade your VPS Backup Plan

Restore A Backup

1. Log in to Sonoran Servers

Visit the Sonoran Servers website and click "Log In" in the top right corner or click this link.

2. Navigate to Manage your VPS

Click Manage on your VPS you would like to Restore

3. View your Backups

Scroll down the page and click the dropdown to reveal the Backups option, then click the Backups button.

4. Select the Restore Point

Under the Incremental Backups View, and choose the backup you would like to restore to.
There is no turning back once you confirm the restore action, all current data on the VPS will be lost and replaced by the backup.

5. Wait for the Restore to complete

A progress bar will display the current restore progress. If you refresh the page or close the window, you may view the progress under the Tasks and Logs Tab.
Restores typically take 1-3 hours before the VPS is fully available for use, restore/backup times are affected by the current usage of our network at any given point in time.