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Restore MySQL databases using the Site Backup & Restore tool

Summary

To restore your MySQL databases you can use the Site Backup and Restore tool, found in the Files category of your cPanel.

Restore a MySQL Database

  1. Login to your HostMonster Control Panel.
  2. Click the Site Backup & Restore tool.
  3. Select the Restore tab.
  4. Click Restore MySQL.
  5. Choose from one of the available dates.
  6. Check the database you would like to restore.
  7. Select the desired tables; you can use the top-most box to select all of them at once.
  8. In the popup menu choose the option Restore.
  9. You will be asked to confirm your restore choices, with a list of the table(s) being restored.

The tool will then begin restoring your files. Once complete, you'll be given a dialog stating that the restoration was successfully completed.
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