Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of restore-from-chavez-2010-june


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Jun 3, 2010, 5:08:57 PM (9 years ago)
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Jamie McClelland
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    1111 1. Find out if your site was affected:
    1212  * Login via [wiki:sftp sftp] or [wiki:secure_shell ssh] using the user name and password you typically use to add/edit files to your web site.
    13         * You should see a directory named after your web site (e.g. mayfirst.org). Enter this directory.
    14         * If your site was affected, you will see a directory called restore.2010.06.01. If you don't see a directory with that name: congrats! You can stop here.
     13  * You should see a directory named after your web site (e.g. mayfirst.org). Enter this directory.
     14  * If your site was affected, you will see a directory called restore.2010.06.01. If you don't see a directory with that name: congrats! You can stop here.
    1515 1. Understanding the names of the folders:
    1616  * If you do see restore.2010.06.01, then examine the contents of the directory. You should see one directory for every directory on your site that was world-writable.
    17         * The directory names correspond to their paths. So, for example, if the files directory inside your web directory was compromised, you might see a recovered directory called:
     17  * The directory names correspond to their paths. So, for example, if the files directory inside your web directory was compromised, you might see a recovered directory called:
    1818{{{
    1919home.members.mayfirst.sites.mayfirst.org.web.files
     
    2121 The first part: home.members.mayfirst.org/sites/mayfirst.org represents the "absolute" path to your web directory.
    2222  * Download the compromised directory to your desktop (if the contents of the directory are exceptionally large (like more than 100 MB) please [/newticket open a ticket] to request assistance.
    23         * Browse to the location of the original directory and compare the contents withe restored directory. You will need to make your own desicion on whether to restore everything, or only some of the files.
     23  * Browse to the location of the original directory and compare the contents withe restored directory. You will need to make your own desicion on whether to restore everything, or only some of the files.
    2424
    2525If you have any trouble or additional question, please [/newticket open a ticket] to ask.