How to install JetBackup on CentOS 6/7 64bit

Follow these instructions to install the JetApps Plugin Manager on your cPanel server.
Login to your server as the root user, then execute the following commands on your CLI:

yum install -y
yum clean all --enablerepo=jetapps*
yum install jetapps-cpanel --disablerepo=* --enablerepo=jetapps -y

Once the installation is complete, you may proceed to install JetBackup for cPanel in 2 ways:
On the same console, execute the following command with your preferred tier.

jetapps --install jetbackup stable

Login to your cPanel WHM server GUI using the root user.
Under the plugins menu, click on JetApps > JetBackup(More Details), choose your preferred tier, and approve the installation.

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