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{{Moodle 2.0}}Backup and restore has been completely rewritten for Moodle 2.0.
 
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[[Image:Backup of a course section.png|thumb|Backup of a course section]]
==Basic Features==
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* The backup process has been made a lot more efficient, making it possible to backup very large courses
 
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* Teachers can choose whether to include activities, blocks or filters in the backup
===Completely rewritten Backup/Restore framework===
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* Users with appropriate permissions, such as administrators, can choose whether to include users, user role assignments, user files, comments, user completion details, course logs and grade history in the backup
*No longer bound by memory (can work with any size course)
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* Users with appropriate permissions, such as administrators, can create a backup with anonymized user information
*Pre-detect wrong situations
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* Teachers can easily select the whole course or specific sections or activities to backup
*Rollback (if possible) to previous states
 
*Apply any possible benefit both for speed (some interim in-memory caches) and memory (better parsing techniques).  
 
 
 
Initial Notes from [[Development:Backup_2.0]]
 
 
 
===Completely new backup format===
 
 
 
===Improved interface===
 
 
 
===Backup can be made of whole courses, but also specific sections or activities===
 
 
 
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
  
 
* [[Development:Backup 2.0]]
 
* [[Development:Backup 2.0]]
 
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[[Category:Backup]]
 
[[Category:Backup]]

Revision as of 15:45, 23 November 2010

Moodle 2.0

Backup and restore has been completely rewritten for Moodle 2.0.

Backup of a course section
  • The backup process has been made a lot more efficient, making it possible to backup very large courses
  • Teachers can choose whether to include activities, blocks or filters in the backup
  • Users with appropriate permissions, such as administrators, can choose whether to include users, user role assignments, user files, comments, user completion details, course logs and grade history in the backup
  • Users with appropriate permissions, such as administrators, can create a backup with anonymized user information
  • Teachers can easily select the whole course or specific sections or activities to backup

See also