How do I restore my database in Plesk?

This article applies to 123 Reg servers running Plesk.

This article will explain how you can restore your database on Parallels Plesk Panel.

Please select the version of Plesk you are using below.


Plesk 10

  • Step 1 of 9

    Login to your Parallels Plesk Panel.

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  • Step 2 of 9

    Click on the Domains link under the Hosting services section.

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  • Step 3 of 9

    Click on the Control Panel link next to the relevant domain name.

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  • Step 4 of 9

    Click on the Websites and domains tab.

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  • Step 5 of 9

    Click on the Databases icon.

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  • Step 6 of 9

    Click on the relevant database name.

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  • Step 7 of 9

    Click on the Webadmin icon.

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    phpMyadmin will open in a new tab.

  • Step 8 of 9

    Click on the Import tab.

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  • Step 9 of 9

    Click on the browse button to locate the backed up file on your local computer and click on the GO button.

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    Your database will now be restored with the data that from your backup file.

Plesk 11

  • Step 1 of 9

    Login to your Parallels Plesk Panel.


  • Step 2 of 9

    Click on the Subscriptions button.

  • Step 3 of 9

    Click on the Open in Control Panel button.

  • Step 4 of 9

    Click on the Website & Domains tab.


  • Step 5 of 9

    Click on the Databases icon.

  • Step 6 of 9

    Click on the relevant database name.


  • Step 7 of 9

    phpMyadmin will open in a new tab.

  • Step 8 of 9

    Click on the Import tab.


  • Step 9 of 9

    Click on the browse button to locate the backed up file on your local computer and click on the Go button.



    Your database will now be restored with the data from your backup file.