R1soft - Database Restore

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How to Restore Database Data from cPanel using R1soft

Step 1 - Log in to cPanel and Click on the R1Soft Restore Backups icon.


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Step 2 - Click on the Database icon next to the date you wish to restore.

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Step 3 - Clicking the arrow symbol next to Databases will display a list of all the backed up databases, then tick the box next to the database you wish to restore. If you see multiple database and don't know which is the right one, click here for our guide on finding the database name.

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Click Restore Selected to begin the restore

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The database will now begin restoring. Close the window once restore is complete

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