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How to access Hard drives from WHM (Need major help please!!)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by slipstream19, Apr 11, 2006.

  1. slipstream19

    slipstream19 Registered

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    Ok please read this carfully, I am a bit of a noob and am tryign to fix a problem.

    I have web accounts setup on the main hard drive with WHM (cpanel). I have a secondary drive on that server with data I need transfered to certain accounts on the main drive. Is there a way in WHM that I can access that secondary drive and copy data to accounts on the main drive? Or even download it all to my local machine, I dont care, I just need the data.

    Keep in mind I don't know much about shell access and stuff so please go slow.

    Thanks.
     
  2. rustelekom

    rustelekom Well-Known Member
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    if you have both hdd on the same server you may transfer FULL accounts from one drive to another using option "Rearrange Accounts".
    If you have your hdd on another machine and it is also under CPanel, you may use "Transfer account" or "Transfer multiply accounts" menu in your WHM.
    If you need just transfer PART of user accounts data from one hdd to another you cannot do this from WHM.
     
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    or just open a SSH session and move the files
     
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