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

  • Resolved cscottb


    In the created zip file > backup > wp-content

    there are several “uploads” folders:

    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?

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  • Plugin Author Sed Lex


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

    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


    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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