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Restoring ferozo backups into cPanel servers

Discussion in 'Data Protection' started by tangowebs, Jan 29, 2008.

  1. tangowebs

    tangowebs Well-Known Member

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    Hi guys, apreciate if you could help me with this:

    I have a client moving to our servers, that use cpanel / whm licenses. My client was hosted into a company using ferozo.

    Do you have any idea how can we restore a backup generated into ferozo server into our licensed cpanel servers?
    The client wont move if he cannot restore the backup, cause doesnt want to loose so much information. Im trying to make the restore but isnt working.

    Any idea?
     
  2. tangowebs

    tangowebs Well-Known Member

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    Any information about this?
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    Not sure what you're asking here, but how big is the site? Can't you just create the account normally, upload the contents of the public_html from the backup to where it belongs, restore any databases manually? Or does this person have tons of old email on the account he wants to save and old log files he'd rather not lose?

    IMO, you should be able to recreate most all of the account easy enough. Depending on how stats, logs and email accounts on ferozo where created you might be able to do it all manually. But I don't think cPanel has a path for moving from it automagically.
     
  4. tangowebs

    tangowebs Well-Known Member

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    yeah I did that and restore the DB with phpmyadmin.
    Had an 1044 error but solved finally.

    Ty
     
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