The Account Restore interface displays the status and progress of your account restoration, and any warnings.
This interface allows you to download and store your site in a backup file.
This interface restores cPanel accounts from local or remote server backups.
This interface allows you to back up all or part of your website, or to restore it from the most recent backup file.
This interface attempts to copy a cPanel account from a remote server with a non-root password.
The File and Directory Restoration interface allows you to restore items from local backup sources.
The File and Directory Restoration interface allows you to restore items from the local backups of your cPanel account users.
In some circumstances, experienced system administrators may need to completely restore a server from a crashed or failed hard drive.
This tutorial explains how to migrate your cPanel accounts, SSL certificates, and main server IP address from one server to another. Typically, you would do this when you need to replace your server.
This document explains how to restore your website in WHM.
This document lists methods that you can use to transfer accounts and configurations between cPanel & WHM servers.
This document describes how to perform a remote restoration.
This feature performs a full restoration of a single cPanel account from a selected backup file.
This interface allows you to review your server's transfer and restore logs.
This script allows you to restore a cPanel account from a backup file.
You can use the /usr/local/cpanel/bin/view_transfer script to monitor transfer sessions.
Use the xferdebug touch file to display all restore actions in those logs. After you create the touch file, transfers will contain additional diagnostic lines.