I have tried to upgrade moodle to version 2.3.3 using the upgrade tool in your site. I have taken a backup . Want to restore the previous setup.

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Swati / 5 Points
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2012-10-27 1:25 am EST
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Actually this version of moodle requires many more upgradations like that of mysql etc. I donot want to do all that. I would like to restore my previous setup. I have taken the backup as directed by the tool.It is present in a backup folder in the moodle folder, in my home directory.
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johnpaulb-whh2
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2012-10-29 10:06 am EST
Hello Swati,

Thank you for your questions regarding restoring a moodle site. We can assist with restoration if you submit a ticket, simply send an email request to support@webhostinghub.com.

Be sure to include the backup location, and either your current Amp password, or the last 4 digits of the current credit card that we have on file.

If you are not able to login to cPanel, here is a link to a helpful article regarding how to login to cpanel.

If you have any further questions, feel free to post them below.
Thank you,

-John-Paul

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