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RE: How to restore a full backup From File Manager In Cpanel .???

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mohit1shukla, Jan 9, 2011.

  1. mohit1shukla

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    My Full Backup name cpmove-username.tar.gz Is Available On My Server In File manager in home/public_html HoW tO Restore It Plz Help Meee.???????
     
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    if the backup file has been uploaded to your directory (public_html) then click it and extract by clicking the "Extract" option on the menu (at the top, second from right opt)
     
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    Do not do this. You'll make a mess on your account.

    You'll need WHM access to restore a cpmove file, and it must be placed into a specific directory for the system to find it. More on all this in the Docs: Restore a Full Backup/cpmove File
     
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