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cpanel:restore-from-crash-or-hack [2011-09-15 21:11:21]
garrett.plasky Approved
cpanel:restore-from-crash-or-hack [2014-12-29 13:12:33]
rory.blanchard [Data Restoration]
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 Let's begin by syncing over important /etc/ configuration files: Let's begin by syncing over important /etc/ configuration files:
  
-<sxh plain>cd /​olddrive/​etc/​ && rsync -avHz user* trueuser* domainips secondarymx domainalias valiases ​+<code>cd /​olddrive/​etc/​ && rsync -avHz user* trueuser* domainips secondarymx domainalias valiases vfilters exim* backupmxhosts proftpd* pure-ftpd* logrotate.conf passwd* group* *domain* *named* wwwacct.conf cpbackup.conf cpupdate.conf quota.conf shadow* *rndc* ips* ipaddrpool* ssl hosts spammer* 
-vfilters exim* backupmxhosts proftpd* pure-ftpd* logrotate.conf passwd* group* *domain* *named* wwwacct.conf ​+skipsmtpcheckhosts relay* localdomains remotedomains my.cnf /etc 
-cpbackup.conf cpupdate.conf quota.conf shadow* *rndc* ips* ipaddrpool* ssl hosts spammer* ​\ +</code> 
-skipsmtpcheckhosts relay* localdomains remotedomains my.cnf /etc</sxh>+
 <note tip>You may also want to copy <​c>/​etc/​crontab</​c>​ and <​c>/​etc/​cron.d/</​c>​ if you have custom cron scripts.</​note>​ <note tip>You may also want to copy <​c>/​etc/​crontab</​c>​ and <​c>/​etc/​cron.d/</​c>​ if you have custom cron scripts.</​note>​