cPRex

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Hey hey! Unzip the backup file, and you'll see the database content in username/mysql. For example, with cPanel username "user" the full path would be here:

/backup/2022-01-26/accounts/user/mysql

That is created after unzipping the backup file located at /backup/2022-01-26/accounts/user.tar.gz
 

hmaddy

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This will restore the entire database. How to restore only a table.???

if you can please update the command.
 

cPRex

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Details on restoring a specific portion of a database can be found here:

 

ffeingol

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Just a word of warning. Unless you really understand the database and the relationship between the tables in the database, restoring a single table is not a great idea. You can end up with all sorts of weird results.
 
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