SolusVM/Xen Central Backup Warning - Takes System Off-line!

This really gives me a bad impression of SolusVM.

I tried the "Central Backup" option and it does not warn that your server gets shutdown instantly in order to do the backup!

Further, there is no way to pause or cancel the backup.  Thankfully this is a test/small disk usage VPS but what if someone was running something production with a large filesize?

I haven't used QuickBackup but hope that isn't the same thing.

Everyone should be vary careful of this feature when using SolusVM.


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