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Do you have an explanation on how to restore from a full server crash?

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Do you have an explanation on how to restore from a full server crash?

Post by WHP » May 9th, 2019, 3:53 pm

If a server crashes and fails, how would you restore the full server backups from the remote server to a new shared server with cPanel?
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Re: Do you have an explanation on how to restore from a full server crash?

Post by ofir » May 12th, 2019, 9:18 am

Hello,

Thank you for submitting this question.

There are several ways to restore server accounts using JetBackup,
The most recommended way is using the DR mode (Disaster Recovery).
https://docs.jetbackup.com/manual/whm/D ... overy.html

In case you don't have DR backups or your DR backup private key, you can restore the accounts manually by the following stages:
1. Install JetBackup on the new server
(https://docs.jetbackup.com/manual/whm/G ... ation.html).
2. Set up the backup destination using the same backup directory as set on the previous server.
(https://docs.jetbackup.com/manual/whm/D ... ation.html)
3. Sync the backup destination with the new JetBackup, by executing the following CLI command
"/usr/bin/jetcli backup -vfR reindex"
4. Then you will be able to start the restore process for the accounts.
The accounts will be set as 'Orphan accounts', go to Restore&Download page and choose orphan accounts to view and restore your backups.
(https://docs.jetbackup.com/manual/whm/R ... ght=orphan)

** JetBackup by default is set to delete orphan backups that older than 14 days. I Recommend to set it to an 'unlimited' value until the restore process is done, in order to not lose backups.

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