How to Restore Databases via JetBackup

Updated on Sep 7, 2018

JetBackup provides an easy to use interface to restore databases. To get started, click on the JetBackup button, in the Files section.

JetBackup in cPanel


JetBackup is not included by default in cPanel and might be missing from your account if you host your website with a different hosting provider. All FastComet clients on a Shared Hosting server should see the JetBackup section in their cPanel.

You will see the Databases section on JetBackup's home screen. When you open it you will see a list of all the databases that have been backed up. You can click on any of them to select them for restoration, or you can click on Choose Other Backup to select a different restoration point.

JetBackup Databases

When you have selected your database and its restore point, click on Restore, and you will initiate the restoration process. Depending on the size of your database this process might a few minutes. Meanwhile, you can track the progress of the process in the Queue section of JetBackup.

Restoration Progress via Queue

When your database is restored a message will be displayed informing you the process has been completed. Your database has been restored!

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