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SQLite or MySQL ?


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If you're a small host, or a small community with only a few running servers, you're fine with a SQLite database. However, a MySQL is needed as soon as you need to have remote servers. If you plan on growing your business, a MySQL database is needed sooner or later ;)

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We take a backup every 6th hour. In case something goes wrong, we can just load a backup in many situations. If a client has ordered a service, and that service wasn't created when the backup was made, we just create it manually and set everything as it needs to be.

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