How to Restore a Backup
Note this guide assumes you have already made a backup with this guide. To skip straight to uploading your own backup click here.To restore a backup using your control panel simply follow the steps below. Remember, restoring a backup using this method will completely overwrite everything that is currently on your server. This includes plugins and mods, not just the world.
1. Login to your Multicraft panel and stop your server.2. Then click .3. On your Backup area, you will find your backups listed below if you have taken any. They will be listed according to date and time like mm.dd.yyyy hh:mm. It should look similar to the following screenshot.
4. Click next to the backup you want to restore. 5. The following dialogue will come up. Click "Okay".
6. Go to your console and check on the backup status. When the backup is complete, you will see the following in your console:
7. Start your server.
Congratulations! You've restored a backup of your server using your control panel!
Manually Uploading a Backup via webFTP
Alternatively, you can upload a backup using our webFTP or Filezilla. Below will show you how to upload a backup and restore that backup using webFTP.
1. Login to your Multicraft panel and your server.
2. Go to the and click on .
3. Click on the very first tickbox that you see on your FTP file list as the screenshot below shows. This will select all files. However, you can only select the files that you want to backup, such as your world.
4. Click at the top of your FTP screen.
5. On the delete confirmation screen, be sure that you have selected the files you want to delete. You should delete only the files that you are restoring. For example, if you only took a backup of your world, then you only need to upload your world. If you have a backup of ALL the files on your server, delete them all. Then click on .
6. Click on .
7. On the upload dialogue you can choose "Upload" to browse your computer for a file to upload or you can drag and drop your zip file to upload. In the screenshot below, we used the drag and drop method. Uploading your files can take time to upload. This is solely dependent on your internet upload speed.
8. Once the file upload has completed you should see it in your FTP file access, just click the checkbox next to it like so:
9. Click the button. Your backup will unzip wherever it is and the files will appear.
10. Delete the backup.zip that you uploaded. You no longer need it.
11. Start your server.
How to Switch Your Server to Offline Mode (Views: 8233)
In order to change your server into Offline Mode you need to disable online mode.If you do this and have permissions on your server, or any plugin that relies on player data,...
MCProHosting Login Issues (Views: 17573)
Please note: For your MCProHosting products your username for the control panel will be your Minecraft username. The username for your Billing Area will be your email address....
How to Enable Command Blocks on a Minecraft Server (Views: 145318)
How to enable command blocks on your Minecraft server.Command blocks are normally a requirement for adventure maps. So if your adventure map is not working double check you have...
How to Enable and Use Custom Jars on Multicraft (Views: 90308)
This guide explains the steps of using custom jars on your Minecraft server, so you can install a FTB, Technic, or other types of modpacks. This option is not available on Air...
How To Download Your Server Files (Views: 32811)
This guide will show you how to download your server files to your computer. The easiest way to do this is by using an FTP client like Filezilla. However, this guide will show...