Backup media library assets

Paid plan only Backup is currently available only to paid users.

You can backup all media library assets in your S3 bucket by setting up an active backup.

Go to Settings Backup bucket - https://imagekit.io/dashboard#settings-backup-bucket.

Here you have to enter the S3 bucket credentials with write permission.

Learn how to grant write access to an S3 bucket - https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/security/writing-iam-policies-how-to-grant-access-to-an-amazon-s3-bucket/

Once the settings are saved, all newly uploaded files will also be uploaded to your backup bucket.

How do I restore previously uploaded files in the media library?

All newly uploaded files are automatically uploaded to your backup bucket. For old files, please raise a support ticket at [email protected] Based on the number of objects, additional charges may apply.

What happens if you overwrite an existing file?

ImageKit will overwrite the file in your backup bucket at the same location.

What happens when you delete a file or folder in the media library?

ImageKit will not delete the file or folder from the backup bucket.

What happens if you copy/move a file or folder in the media library?

ImageKit will not copy or move the files or folder in your backup bucket.