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System is unaccessable

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rexs123, Sep 19, 2015.

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    I recently lost access to my VPS box, which I host a few small containers 1 being a cpanel server. All I have as of right now is the whole "vps" folder, but not the config so thus putting me in a position of not being able to recover the VPS. So I was wondering is there away I can take the /home folder and drop it into a new install of cpanel, and have everything 'drop in place' as IP's and such will be the same? Or is there another way of doing this? If so any advice would be greatly appreciated!
     
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    Issue is resolved;

    Our solution:

    Manually create the VPS configs, and create the VZ container to the pool. Assign old ip back.
    Login to WHM (secondary machine - Transfer tool)
    Copied files over
     
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