Backup Location

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  1. Peter Bata

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    Never mind. I figured it out!

    Hello all. I am running 3CX version 15 on a Debian box. I have been accessing the Console via Chrome from a Windows 10 machine. For the longest time I have simply clicked on a bookmark that I created and presto I was presented with my dashboard.

    Long story short, I must have cleared my cache for one reason or another. I am now being asked for my login credentials. Of course, I have absolutely no recollection of what that might be. I had been making regular backups and I understand that I might be able to find those credentials in an XML file.

    Can anyone provide me with the path where my backups are located.

    Thank you

    Peter
     
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    /var/lib/3cxpbx/Instance1/Data/Backups
     
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  3. Peter Bata

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    Thank you sir. Much appreciated. Peter
     
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    I have to change the local ip as I understand it I need to uninstall the debian and reinstall and use the backup file. In our windows version I thought the default location was deleted when the 3cx was removed. Where should I save the backup where it would be available on the reinstall?
     
  5. Taff3333

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    I have had to do the same process, save the back ups locally on the machine and you will be able to restore from these later.

    Duane
     
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