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So you'd like to automatically back up all your Discourse data every day?
Go to the `/admin` settings, backup, and turn on the `backup daily` option.
Backups are always saved on the local server disk by default.
If you want to also automatically upload your backups to Amazon S3, check `enable s3 backups`. You'll need to create a unique private S3 bucket name in `s3 backup bucket` to store your backups.
Next, set your S3 credentials under the Files section: `s3 access key id`, `s3 secret access key`, and `s3 region`.
Backups are always stored on local server disk. Go to the **Backups** tab in the admin dashboard to browse your local server backups -- you can download them any time to do a manual offsite backup.
If you've enabled S3 backups, check your S3 bucket to find the uploaded backup files:
Note that you can also enable an [automatic move to Glacier bucket lifecycle rule ](http://aws.typepad.com/aws/2012/11/archive-s3-to-glacier.html) to keep your S3 backup costs low.