How to Restore a Home Directory/Mysql database backup in cPanel


How to Restore a Home Directory/Mysql database backup in cPanel

Restoring home directory:

1. Login to your cPanel.
2. Under the files section, click on Backups.


3. Under Restore a Home Directory Backup, click on "Browse".  Next in the file browser pop-up, find your home directory backup file, click on it, then click on Open.


4. The name of your backup should now be displayed, so click on Upload.


5. You should then see the progress of your files being restored.

Restoring MYSQL database:

1. Login to your cPanel.
2. Under the files section, click on Backups.
3. Under Restore a MySQL Database, click on Choose File. Next navigate in the file browser to your database backup you'd like to restore, click on it, then click on Open.


4. You will now see your database backup that you've selected, go ahead and click Upload.


5. You should then see the progress of  restoration.

 

Last update:
2015-09-25 07:13
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