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Recovery for Managed MySQL + Redis
I’ll soon start an e-commerce website for digital files based on WordPress and EDD and thought the ideal setup would be:
OpenLiteSpeed Wordpress (from the marketplace)
Spaces for the files (~500mb-1gb each on average)
I had some doubts on how recovery would work if there’s a problem with the database however. From what I could find, if I interpret it correctly, the Managed MySQL backs up the database every 5 minutes (and full backup daily), so I should be able to go back to any point in time in 5 minute intervals should there be a problem?
Also, Redis doesn’t seem to have that but I’m not sure if that’s a problem as it should only be used for cache? Are there any steps I should follow if I recover the MySQL to a previous point in time to avoid any problems?
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