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Restore a cron job from CPANEL

How to restore a cron job using CPANEL Cron Job Backups?

After accessing your CPANEL, you’ll see under “JetBackup” category an icon labeled “Cron Job Backups”, as demonstrated below:

Restore a cron job from CPANEL

Restore a cron job from CPANEL

Click the “Cron Job Backups” icon for the following page:

Restore a cron job from CPANEL

Restore a cron job from CPANEL

This page displays all the cron jobs running on your account. You can generate a downloadable file of the cron job by clicking the “Generate Download” link in the desired cron job’s line, and you’ll be asked to acknowledge that the system saves only 1 download on the server, older downloads (if existent) will be deleted. Click the “OK” button to confirm and the download process will start.

You could also view the cron job’s data by clicking the “View Data” links adjacent to the relevant cron job:

Restore a cron job from CPANEL

Restore a cron job from CPANEL

Which will display the cron job’s information view:

Restore a cron job from CPANEL

Restore a cron job from CPANEL

Click the “Restore” link adjacent to the desired cron job, in order to start the cron job’s restore process:

Restore a cron job from CPANEL

Restore a cron job from CPANEL

Before the restore process starts, you’ll be asked to acknowledge the fact that the restored cron job will overwrite the current one. You could also write your email address in order to be informed when the restore process is complete. Click the “Restore” button:

Restore a cron job from CPANEL

Restore a cron job from CPANEL

The cron job you wanted to be restored is in process. You can see the cron job’s restore status using the “Queue” option from the main JetBackup category in your CPANL home page:

Restore a cron job from CPANEL

Restore a cron job from CPANEL

Which will lead you to a designated page of your restore status:

Restore a cron job from CPANEL

Restore a cron job from CPANEL