Ok, now you have your domains, your urls and IPs from your programs. Filling that information takes some effort and time.
Don’t be like me, I lost all my data because of a stupid mistake. I was trying to remove a program manually, ended up removing everything.
I had no backups, mostly because they are not easy to configure. It's not like doing a mysqldump, it's a bit more complicated.
First, I needed to find a way to do the backup that would make it easy to add to a cron entry or to run it as a script. After some tries and errors, I found this repo, after few months using it, I can say it works pretty well.
You will need to install npm, that took me a while. Many errors that I had to fix. Probably you'd have more luck.
Here's the script I used to backup my valuable information (optimized for cron use):
/usr/local/bin/couchbackup > $file
And this is my cron entry:
0 8 * * 1 ~/backup-couchDB.sh 2> errors.txt
The process takes over one hour, in my case the compressed file is around 150 MB, the DB size is around 1,7 GB.
Restoring the backed up data is a bit simpler, we just need to run couchrestore:
cat couchbackup.txt | couchrestore --url https://admin:adminpassword@localhost:6984
I hope this helped you in some way! Give me some claps in order to survive.