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Creating Akeeba Backups

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1.  Click Components>>Akeeba Backups

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2.  Backup now

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3.     Backup Now

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3.  After a successful backup click Manage Backups

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4.  Find the backup you ran and click the part button.  This will start downloading the .jpa file to your computer.

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5.  If a warning message appears click OK.

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 Common Questions

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Depending on how big your site is Akeeba may break the backup into parts to prevent any timeouts while running the backup.  If this happens you must upload all parts: .jpa, .j01, .j02, etc.

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REFERENCES 

https://www.akeebabackup.com/documentation/troubleshooter/kscantextract.html
https://www.akeebabackup.com/documentation/quick-start-guide/using-kickstart.html 

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If you get an error stating there is not enough memory to save an Akeeba backup you have 2 options:

1.  Contact your hosting serice for more server space.

2.  Exclude un-necessary files from the Akeeba backup see https://www.akeebabackup.com/documentation/akeeba-backup-documentation/exclude-data-from-backup.html

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