How to import cPanel backup to myVesta server

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Login to cPanel.
Click on "Backup" icon.
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As long as you see it [inprogress] it means the backup is still being generated.

Refresh that page every ten minutes or so to see if it's finished.

When it's done, you'll get a link on the same page:
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Click on the link and download the file, save it to your computer.

Upload the file to your server.
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Login to SSH as root.
Execute:

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v-import-cpanel-backup ./backup-7.30.2020_06-26-20_usernameNaloga.tar.gz
That command will import cPanel backup to your server.
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Finally do what it says in the last line to see the new mail passwords.

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cat /root/sk_mail_password_usernameOfAccount-1596113314
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In myVesta panel you will see new account:
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After this, all you have to do is set up your DNS Nameservers for your domains (you can find them in the myVesta hosting panel, in the right corner in the block where the account information is).

After changing the DNS, you will probably need to install the LetsEncrypt SSL certificate on the imported domains.

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Special thanks to Maks Usmanov - Skamasle for this wonderful script!

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