For cPanel & WHM 11.46
This document describes the Account Restore interface, which displays the status and progress of your account restoration and any warnings.
If you wish to pause a restore process that is in progress, click Pause.
You can also watch the progress of the restore via the command line. The correct command appears at the bottom of the WHM interface:
The interface will display Completed when the transfer is complete.
The links that are below the Restore section allow you to review the account's restore log, which can help you identify and resolve any warnings or skipped items. The total number of warnings and skipped items appears below each account's link.
|Success||This icon represents a successful restore.|
|Altered||Items that the system modified during the restoration process.||Conflicts between MySQL® or PostgreSQL users and database.|
|Failed||Items that failed to restore.||Your system has run out of available IP addresses, or you do not have permission to use any more IP addresses.|
|Dangerous||Items that the system marked as dangerous that should not be restored.|
|Skipped||Items that the system did not mark as dangerous that do not meet the current security context.|
|Warning||Non-fatal problems during the restoration process that do not fit any of the above categories.||The system is unable to read the reseller privileges file.|
To view a log file, click the appropriate link to the log file.
In addition to the restore logs, the Summary section provides a list of severe warnings:
- Invalid log files that were rejected.
- Renamed databases.
- Renamed database users.
- Skipped database grant tables.
You can change the names of accounts, databases, and usernames with the Rename links in this section.
Restricted Restore errors
If a component of the backup file has an issue, such as a MySQL grant table is compromised or a symbolic link attack, that portion of the backup will not be restored and the interface will issue a warning.