I’m being pedantic, I just want to make sure I’m not screwing myself over. So if I started creating SQL backups, and at some point, in the future my server gets corrupted and it had to be shut down.
I could then create a brand new server, with a fresh install of Ghost, and just import my data and it should work just as before the corruption?
I wouldn’t somehow overwrite some critical data, or a checksum of installation, and cause a catastrophic failure of the Ghost system?
Of course, this comes with all the usual caveats - I’m using the open-source version so you wouldn’t support it, different versions could have incompatibility issues etc. Just from a ‘theory’ point of view - this should all be fine?
I thought that might have been the case
P.S. I really appreciate all the replies. Considering I’m not a Pro customer, you guys are really helpful and responsive!
Those thanks extend to @gargol, @Kate and @Kevin specifically - you’ve all replied to my questions directly (sometimes stupid questions!) as well as the whole team that support the Open Source community.