How to restore ERPNext?

In the event of a server failure for server migration, you can restore your site from backup.

Time needed: 30 minutes.

To restore a site you need to first have/set up a working site on the server. Once you have a working site, you can use the following steps to restore your database.

  1. Log in to the server console using SSH

    You can use private keys or passwords to login to your server depending on your setup.

  2. Download backup files to the server

    Upload/download backup files to the server. Use can use sftp software such as WinSCP to download files to the server.

  3. Change to bench directory

    At the server console, execute the following command to bench directory.
    cd frappe-bench

  4. Restore the Site

    Run the following bench commands to restore your database and files.
    Note: the following command will overwrite existing data.
    bench --site [sitename] --force restore [path to database backup file] --with-private-files [relative-path-to-private-files-backup-file] --with-public-files [relative-path-to-public-files-backup-file]

    If you prefer to restore only the database, you can do so by running the following bench command
    bench --site [sitename] --force restore [path to database backup file]

Adarsh Vengarathodi

Adarsh Vengarathodi is a serial entrepreneur and the CEO and founder of MistLayer, Inc. MistLayer is an ICT Company headquartered in San Francisco offering a full range of technology products, solutions, and services. MistLayer delivers innovative products that augment the lives of thousands of people around the world.

You may also like...