When restoring data, you can also do the following:

  1. Temporarily suspend websites during restoration.
  2. Configure the restoration utility to include more details in backup reports.

Suspending Websites

If you are going to restore websites, we recommend that you suspend them during the restoration by using the -suspend option. This will help you avoid possible errors in the restored sites that may be caused by changes made to the site configuration or content during the restoration.

The suspension is made as short as possible: each site is suspended only for the time it is being restored: The site is started automatically as soon as the data are processed.

Defining Level of Restore Verbosity

pleskrestore works in one of the following verbosity modes:

  1. Non-verbose mode. Default mode. The minimum level, only general errors are displayed, sauc as, syntax errors (no or wrong command specified, invalid input parameters), runtime errors and unhandled exceptions, and so on.
  2. Verbose mode. Restore runs with verbosity level which additionally includes deployer errors, information about conflicts (read about restore conflicts in the section Conflict Resolution Rules and Policies), and so on. Enabled by adding the -verbose option to the pleskrestore command.