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How can I recovery a site without backup ?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by webpfa, Feb 2, 2012.

  1. webpfa

    webpfa Power Member

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    Yep, you heard it. I was hosting all my sites on a vps from the crap of ******** and they simple crash for 36 hours and all the data was erased.
    How can I recovery one of my site that I have none back up ? And what new vps to host my site do you recommend ?
    thanks !
     
  2. suave

    suave Regular Member

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    this might not be much help but I remember something online were you could go back in time and see the website and perhaps you can copy the site from there, unfortunately I can remember the link for the site were you can bring this up, but I am sure if you ask the big G it will show up some were.
    Regards
    Suave
     
  3. mpulse

    mpulse Regular Member

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    If it has mysql your fucked. But the wayback machine.might work. For pure html. No.pics

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  4. HazardPT

    HazardPT Registered Member Premium Member

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    Man I think you are fucked for now. Unless they are running their shit in RAID and want to help you out. Next time keep a copy on external drive for just incase.

    I know great BP hosters I've been using for years I can recommend. PM if interested.
     
  5. cherub

    cherub Regular Member

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    Depending on how old your sites are (and thus how likely it is for there to be archives of them) you might want to take a look at warrick: http://code.google.com/p/warrick/
     
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    Or archive.org . But that's only the frontend. I would at least spend 3 hours on the phone with your host.
     
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    bstbuyer Registered Member

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    you should always do backups i read this on dp
     
  8. webpfa

    webpfa Power Member

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    The problem is that my host was i r i e h o s t ( I understand now why their name is censure here ) . And they are useless, all they told me is that there is nothing they can do, they do not even want to give my money back .