BackupBuddy was updated to version, from version Changelogs:

  • Stash destination: Fixed upgrade links to use both https and 10 & 25 GB links pointing to wrong URL.
  • Deployment: Fixed importbuddy step prematurely being killed stating it has been running too long. Time calculation was from Deployment start not importbuddy start. Changed to 48 hours as a failsafe if Deployment stuck in a loop.
  • Reset plugin settings button now has option to skip resetting remote destination settings.
  • Deployment: Fixed issue where utf8 encoded media files would cause problems with deployment.
  • Deployment: Added 503 HTTP status check to AJAX polling to detect Maintenance Mode and wait 6 seconds before retrying up to 5 times.
  • Quick Setup Wizard now makes setting up your Stash destination even easier by just logging in with your iThemes credentials. Requires PHP v5.3.3 or newer.
  • Fixed issue where a Database backup “Maximum time per chunk” setting below ~5 seconds would result in infinite chunking. Rare to be encountered.
  • Additional information to error message regarding being unable to get create table data in the case where the table was defined in the ‘additional tables’ setting.
  • Added support for a variable when configuring additional database tables to include or exclude. The variable may be used by placing {prefix} in place of the current site’s database prefix as defined by global $wpdb->prefix.
  • S3 v2 Destination: Fixed issue where archive limits from another type could be applied to the wrong type (based on which was uploaded), resulting in excess trimming.
  • sFTP Destination: Updated phpseclib library to v1.0 for improved server support.
  • Server Tools: Added display of mysql_connect() availability. Deprecated in PHP 5.5.0 and removed in PHP 7.0.0. Optionally compiled in some versions.
  • Added new backup filename date/time format to display the time in 24 hour format.
  • Added new backup filename date/time format to display the date & time in Unix timestamp format (time since Unix Epoch).
  • Dropbox v2 destination: Improved memory performance. One location could double memory usage.

  • S3 (v2) Remote Destination: Fixed error when trying to list remote multipart upload parts.