Last night, the hard drive on our web server went KA-PUT. Nothing can be recovered. Luckily, I had been doing some nightly backups via cron jobs into .tar.gz files. What I have backed up is this: - every webside folder inside of /home/httpd/vhosts in a separate archive - /etc in its own archive - /usr in its own archive - /var in its own archive I am not certain if a psadump was performed. I know for certain a mysqldump was performed every night with the following command: /usr/local/psa/bin/mysqldump.sh >/dev/null 2>&1 In the /var/lib/psa/dumps directory I now have many files named mysql.daily.dump.*.gz, so I believe those are backed up. However, I see no files indicating a psadump has been performed. What should I be looking for? I have taken all of the data backed up for /etc, /usr and /var and extracted them to the appropriate places on the server. Now, however, I can't log in to Plesk because I don't have access (everything has root permissions). How good of shape am I in here? What steps should I take next to restore Plesk's default permissions without overwriting any data? Any help would be very appreciated, and if in fact you think you could assist with some hands on help, we can talk about possible compensation.