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Backup all MySQL databases using the Site Backup & Restore tool

To backup all of your MySQL databases you can use the Site Backup and Restore tool, located in the Files category within your cPanel.

  1. Login to your HostMonster account.
  2. Click the Site Backup & Restore tool.
  3. Choose the date of the backup you wish to use.
  4. Choose if you will use "TAR (.tar)" or "ZIP (.zip) Archive."
  5. Click "Download"
The tool will then begin preparing your files. Once complete, you'll be given a dialog with a link to download your files.

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