Restoring Data

To perform restoration of Plesk hosting data, you should execute the pleskrestore utility command that does the following:

  1. Defines the Plesk objects to be restored.
  2. Defines how the restore process will be performed.
  3. Defines conflict resolution rules and policies.

The following sections explain each component in detail.

The pleskrestore utility is located in $PRODUCT_ROOT_D/bin/pleskbackup where the $PRODUCT_ROOT_D is /usr/local/psa for RPM-based systems or /opt/psa on DEB-based systems.

To see a list of the pleskrestore commands and options, refer to the section Restoration Utility Commands and Options.

If a restoration process fails, you can use its logs for troubleshooting. Each restoration process's logs are stored in $PRODUCT_ROOT_D/PMM/logs/restore-YYYY-MM-DD-hh-mm-nnn/, where YYYY-MM-DD-hh-mm is the date and time when the restoration was performed and nnn is a randomly generated number.

Next in this section:

Defining Objects for Restoration

Defining How the Restore Process is Performed

Conflict Resolution Rules and Policies

Restoration Utility Commands and Options


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