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Backup & Restore Problem

Discussion in 'Data Protection' started by tehsinjan, Dec 20, 2007.

  1. tehsinjan

    tehsinjan Registered

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    I have root access to server1 and server2

    I have three reseller accounts configures on server1.

    How do I backup sites from server1 to server2 within the reseller accounts.

    When I do cpmove an account on server1 to server2, the process completes successfully but I dont see the accounts in Main >> Backup >> Restore a Full Backup/cpmove file to restore.

    Instead I see the bacup file in the root of one of my resellers in the following format
    backup-12.20.2007_07-42-37_username.tar.gz

    Please guide me how to move it to home/ directory so I see it for resote in
    Main >> Backup >> Restore a Full Backup/cpmove file of the root of my WHM.

    Keeping in mind that I first timer on a dedicated server, kindly guide me with all necessary details.
     
  2. tehsinjan

    tehsinjan Registered

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    Too stupid question to reply/guide?

    Too stupid question to reply/guide?
    Let me make it simple.

    I cpmove file to server2.
    Now I can see it through ftp in the root of one of my resellers (created on server2).
    But I dont see it when I click on Main >> Backup >> Restore a Full Backup/cpmove file in WHM of my server2.

    How to restore it?
    How to move it to /home for restore?
     
  3. c0mr4de

    c0mr4de Member

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    cp "filename" /home/
    lol..if you don't know how to copy something you really should find yourself a managed Service.
     
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