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[Resolved] [Plugin: Backup Scheduler] Why are there extra uploads folders?

  • cscottb

    @cscottb

    In the created zip file > backup > wp-content

    there are several “uploads” folders:
    uploadsadministrator
    uploadswp-admin
    uploadswp-content
    uploadswp-includes

    which are not in my site’s contents folder. They contain anywhere from nothing, like the uploadsadministrator, that ends up at a blank html file; to a abstract collections of php files (uploadswp-admin & uploadswp-includes); to what looks like just a collection of redundant files (uploadswp-content) already elsewhere in the backup.

    Why are they there, and how do they play into the restore process?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/backup-scheduler/

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  • Plugin Author Sed Lex

    @sedlex

    hum ? Strange bug … could you contact me throught the feedback tab … thus will be able to exchange screenshots

    cscottb

    @cscottb

    Thanks for responding.

    At this point I have found a solution that works for me and will continue to use it.

    I am sure it must have just been something in my setup. Anyway, thanks for the time you put in to develop this plugin for the WordPress community.

    Plugin Author Sed Lex

    @sedlex

    Ok I will continue searching for this bug

    I tried it again just now, and it worked fine. The .sql file was in the backup root folder, and all other folders looked fine.

    Thank you, Sed.

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