Tonight I utilized BackupBuddy to migrate a WordPress installation from a live server to a local install using MAMP on my Mac. It was my first attempt at a BackupBuddy migration and took about 5 minutes to complete.
The process was intuitive and easy. Earlier in the evening, I attempted to do a manual move and was running into all sorts of issues moving my database and connecting the dots – moreso than usual. So, the ease of this BackupBuddy move was much appreciated.
What has been your experience with BackupBuddy?
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