In this tutorial, you will learn how to restore a backup of your MySQL database.
On our homepage at www.checkdomain.net/en, click on My Login at the top right and select "Customer Area" to log in.
You will reach the login form by entering your customer number or e-mail address and your customer password and then clicking on the "Login" button.
You are now in your customer area. In the left navigation click on the navigation point "Webhosting".
In the following menu, click the "Backup" button.
In the overview, select the day from which to restore the backup by clicking the "Restore" button on the right.
Now select which data you want to restore. In this case, select "Databases" from the pull-down menu.
Confirm the selection by clicking on the "Select" button.
In the next screen, you can select how the data is to be made available.
Overwrite active status: The current database is deleted and restored to its original state.
As archive: The data will be made available as sql.zip on your webhosting package. You then have the option to save the data additionally on another medium.
Unpacked: The SQL file is provided 1:1. The file can be retrieved from the backup-restore area on your webhosting package and saved locally to be imported into the database - so old versions can be restored.
New database: A new database is created in which the tables are contained 1:1, so only the access data must be adapted in the programming.
In the lower text field you can also enter another e-mail address to which the confirmation for recovery should be sent.
Confirm the selection by clicking on the "Continue" button.
After you have received the status e-mail that the recovery has been completed without errors, the backup data is available to you.
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