For cPanel & WHM version 56
The Account Transfer interface displays the status and progress of your account restoration, and any warnings.
Account transfers appear on the left side of the interface, while site restorations appear on the right side of the interface.
To pause this process, click Pause. Note: Use the
/usr/local/cpanel/bin/view_transfer script to watch the process's progress via the command line. The correct command appears at the bottom of the WHM interface:
To pause this process, click Pause.
After the transfer and restoration process is complete, the top of the interface displays a Completed message.
The links below the Transfer and Restore sections allow you to review the account's transfer and restoration logs, which can help you identify and resolve any warnings or skipped items. The total number of warnings and skipped items appears below each account's link. To view a log file, click the appropriate link to the log file.
Icon Type Description Examples Success A successful transfer or restoration. Altered Items that the system modified during the restoration process. Conflicts between MySQL® or PostgreSQL® users and databases. Failed Items that failed to transfer. No available IP addresses exist on your system, or you do not have permission to use more IP addresses. Dangerous Items that the system marked as dangerous and which it will not restore.
Skipped Items that the system did not mark as dangerous, but do not meet the current security context.
Warning Non-fatal problems during the restoration process that do not fit any of the above categories. The system cannot read the reseller privileges file.
To view a log file, click the appropriate link to the log file.
In addition to the transfer and restoration logs, the Summary section provides a list of severe warnings: You can use the Rename links in this section to change the names of accounts, databases, and usernames.
In addition to the transfer and restoration logs, the Summary section provides a list of severe warnings:
You can use the Rename links in this section to change the names of accounts, databases, and usernames.
Restricted Restore errors
If a component of the backup file experiences an issue (for example, a MySQL grant table is compromised, or a symbolic link attack), the system will not restore that portion of the backup file, and the interface will issue a warning.