Failing to restore uploads

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  • #1104796
    Crispin Blackall
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    Hi I bought Updraft plus to migrate a site from one domain to another. I was unable to use the clone function to get it across, and have been partially successful using the restore from back up but all the images have failed – I am having another attempt to migrate but it is incredibly slow are there any hints please? At the moment I have been trying this task for 4 days.

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    Crispin Blackall
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    #1104886
    Bryle Crodua
    Moderator

    Hi,

    Restoration process can stall/halt depending upon the total backup size and available server configuration, PHP timeouts can stall/halt the restoration process.

    If you are trying to restore all backup sets at once, instead I’ll suggest you to restore each backup set one by one i.e. First restore Plugins > Themes > Uploads > Others and at the end restore the database.

    Let us know if above method helps to fix the issue.

    Regards,
    Bryle

    #1105861
    Crispin Blackall
    Participant

    Most of the upload has now worked well but unfortunately the images are not all uploaded (about 50% made it the rest corrupted). Is there an easy way to run a back up / migration just of the image/media

    Thanks

    #1106205
    Bryle Crodua
    Moderator

    Hi Crispin,

    You can run two separate backup for Uploads and then you can run the database, themes, plugins and other all together.
    When restoring you can also run them separately.

    Regards,
    Brye

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