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WHM Restore Question

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by wsenter, Dec 11, 2003.

  1. wsenter

    wsenter Well-Known Member

    Aug 5, 2003
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    I have been backing up all sql, config, and user files on a daily basis using WHM backup utility. I backup these files to a seperate volume from the production volume. I need to expand the size of my production volume so you can see where I'm going with this already. Just a couple of questions and any "heads up" advice would be appreciated.

    Correct me if this is an incorrect procedure.
    1. Shut server off and add additional drive to array A
    2. Reboot, adding new drive and expanding array.
    3. Re-install Redhat and make /home bigger.
    4. Re-install CPanel
    5. Configure CPanel name server info
    6. Add IP address block back to CPanel
    7. Double check resolv.conf, hosts, sysconfig/network files and make sure all looks well.
    8. Once it is established that "all appears well" is this where you would run the "restore" utility from the WHM ? Also, did I miss anything important ? And, does the WHM restore put everything back (including SQL files) exactly as they were ?

    Any help much appreciated !!

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