Plesk for Linux kb: how-to ABT: Group A
- Plesk for Linux
How to restore a website file from a Plesk backup?
Tools & Settings > Backup Manager to restore a file from a server-wide backup
Domains > example.com > Backup Manager to restore a file from a subscription backup
Select a backup from which a file should be restored.
Select these options:
What do you want to restore: Selected objects
Type of object to restore: Files of domains
Click Add Files and select the file (or files) that needs to be restored.
On the screenshot below, the file index.php will be restored.
Can we restore only one table from a user's database on any version of Plesk on Linux?
Hello Fouad Ahmed Fouad
This may be done by means of standard MySQL functionality only.
These links may be helpful:
Hi, I am performing a restoration of a May 18, 8 Gb backup. The message says that the restoration was complete, but when reviewing the database and files, nothing has changed.
What other alternative do I have to restore.
The only thing that seems strange to me is that it says that the backup cannot be removed because it is part of a backup of a reseller client or server
Hello Christian Vestol
Additional investigation is required to understand what went wrong. Depending on from who the Plesk license was purchased, could you submit a support request to Plesk directly or to our partner: https://support.plesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/213608509
> The only thing that seems strange to me is that it says that the backup cannot be removed because it is part of a backup of a reseller client or server
This is expected, on file system such backup isn't separate files but is included to reseller's or server-wide backup.
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