Manually restore an account

This guide will guide you on how to manually restore an account from a remote ssh destination.
Login using ssh to your backup server and navigate to the backup folder.
ssh backupuser@192.168.0.120
cd /path/to/backup_folder/jetbackup_1_1_{UNIQE_JOB_ID}/{USERNAME}/snap.2015-10-29.031006
Note that the "snap*" folders are the actual backups and the backup date is indicated at the folder name.
To make sure you are in the right folder, run the command "ls", the folders "homedir" & "mysql" should be part of the command output.
If Compress databases on the backup process is enabled, make sure to uncompress the database(s) in the backup folder before proceeding to the next step.
cd {SNAP_FOLDER_PATH}/mysql
gzip -d {DATABASE_NAME}.sql.gz

Create a tar archive file of your backup content and make sure to adjust the filename with the correct "USERNAME".

tar -czvf ~/cpmove-{USERNAME}.tar.gz .
Exit your backup server and login to your cPanel server.
Copy the tar file from your backup server to your cPanel server.
scp backupuser@192.168.0.120:~/cpmove-{USERNAME}.tar.gz /home

Navigate to the home folder

cd /home

Restore the backup using cPanel's script

/scripts/restorepkg cpmove-{USERNAME}.tar.gz

All done!