What is TailWatchd? Details and Working

Posted at December 13, 2016 at 11:38 am by Jithin

What is TailWatchd The tailwatchd is a newer concept in the history of cPanel. As the name explains, it is used to monitor the logs. Why should it be used? What are the functions of tailwatchd? What are the previous substitutions for the daemon? In this documentation, we are going to see the benefits of the tailwatchd.  It is used to process the logs. The tailwatchd keeps monitoring a log file for certain activities. Based on these activities, it takes the necessary action. In older days, th   [...]

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How to Reset WordPress Password?

Posted at December 13, 2016 at 11:37 am by Jithin

In this tutorial we can learn how to reset WordPress password. Have you ever lost your WordPress admin password? Do you know how to reset the password in case you don't have access to the WordPress dashboard? There is an option "Forgot Password" in the WordPress admin login screen. You can simply reset it by clicking on the link and following the instructions. Suppose someone had intruded into your WordPress installation and reset the password and changed the email address so that the passwor   [...]

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Install YetiForce using Softaculous in cPanel

Posted at December 13, 2016 at 11:37 am by Jithin

In this tutorial we can learn how to install YetiForce using Softaculous in cPanel. YetiForce is an advanced CRM (Customer Relationship Management) class system that helps with customer relations.   Installing YetiForce from softaculous The installation of YetiForce is similar to the one in other systems, e.g. Joomla, WordPress, SugarCRM. 1) Login to your cPanel interface. 2) Go to the section ‘Softaculous Apps Installer’.   3) Click the icon "YETIFORC   [...]

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Install MyBB using Softaculous in cPanel

Posted at December 13, 2016 at 11:36 am by Jithin

In this documentation, we can check how to install MyBB using Softaculous.   1) Login to your cPanel admin panel. 2) Go to ‘Softaculous Apps Installer.     3) Click on the icon 'MyBB'.   4) Click the option ‘Install’.   5) Enter the ‘Software Setup’ and ‘Board Settings’ details.   6) Enter the ‘Admin Account’ details and click the ‘Install’ button.   If you need any further assi   [...]

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Install CubeCart using Softaculous in cPanel

Posted at December 13, 2016 at 11:36 am by Jithin

In this documentation, we can check how to install CubeCart using Softaculous.   1) Login to your cPanel admin panel. 2) Go to ‘Softaculous Apps Installer’.   3) Click the icon ‘cubecart’.   4) Click the option ‘Install’.   5) Enter the ‘Software Setup’ and ‘Board Settings’ details.   6) Enter the ‘Admin Account’ details and click ‘Install’ button.   If you need any further assist   [...]

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Install Dolphin using Softaculous in cPanel

Posted at December 13, 2016 at 11:30 am by Jithin

In this tutorial we can learn how to install Dolphin using Softaculous in cPanel. Dolphin is the world's most advanced community software. Open-source, independent, downloadable, scalable, and free software for building social networks, and web-communities.   Installing Dolphin from Softaculous The installation of Dolphin similar to the one in other systems, e.g. Joomla, WordPress, SugarCRM.   1) Login to your cPanel interface. 2) Select ‘Softaculous Apps Install   [...]

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How to install cPanel/WHM on CentOS 7

Posted at December 13, 2016 at 11:30 am by Jithin

In this tutorial we can check how to install cPanel on a CentOS 7 server. Before installing cPanel onto the server perl must be installed. For that, login as root and run the given below command: yum install perl -y The next step is to set a host-name for the server. The host-name must be a full qualified domain name. For example: server.example.com hostname server.example.com It is to be noted that the hostname setup must be owned by the user. Next change the directory to /home, to    [...]

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How to Repair Databases in cPanel

Posted at November 29, 2016 at 1:44 pm by Jithin

When the website gets the following error we do have a provision to check and repair database in cPanel. 1) cpaneluser_database is marked as crashed and needs to be repaired 2) Checking the database 3) Table attribute does not exist, 4) Supplied argument is not a valid If you are getting the above errors, please do the following steps to check and repair database in cPanel.   Checking the Database 1) Login to your cPanel interface. 2) Click on ‘MySQL Database’ ico   [...]

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Steps to Install Softaculous in cPanel

Posted at November 29, 2016 at 1:43 pm by Jithin

This tutorial will help you install Softaculous  in cPanel server. Softaculous is an auto installer for control panels such as cPanel and DirectAdmin. Softaculous is much faster and well designed for installing all scripts in just one step. It consists of a wide variety of applications such as e-commerce solutions, blogs, forums, and content management systems. Softaculous also includes an easy to use backup feature which allows anytime backup installation. Applications that are installed wi   [...]

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Manage Keep-Alive settings in WHM

Posted at November 29, 2016 at 1:42 pm by Jithin

Keep-Alive maintains the connection between client and the server. It is used to prevent the connection from intermittent breaking. For this please follow the below steps.   1) Login to your WHM interface. 2) Select the option ‘Service configuration’.   3) Click on the icon ‘Apache configuration’.   4) Click on ‘Global Configuration’.   5) Select the ‘on or off’ button to change the settings.   6) Click Sav   [...]

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How to customize EasyApache4?

Posted at November 29, 2016 at 1:42 pm by Jithin

In this documentation we can check how to customize EasyApache4 from WHM interface. You may be familiar with old EasyApache3 version which is actually going to become obsolete within the next two years. cPanel will recommend us to upgrade to EasyApache4. EasyApache4 is very different from its predecessor, containing more features and a new user interface. We will walk you through the steps to customize an EasyApache4 profile. To access the EasyApache4 customization page, go to  WHM »    [...]

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How to install PHP 5.2 in the latest cPanel Server?

Posted at November 29, 2016 at 1:42 pm by Jithin

In this documentation we can check how to install PHP 5.2 in latest cPanel Server. Before we start, let us warn you that it is not recommended to run older, depreciated PHP versions in a production server. It will cause lot of security issues. You may need this version for some old applications or custom programs. However, if you decide to take this course of action you are responsible for the risk you take. We do not support this issue. If you are running the latest cPanel, you won't be a   [...]

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How to Disable Directory Listing in cPanel

Posted at November 11, 2016 at 1:05 pm by Jithin

You can customize the directory settings of a website. By default, cPanel lists all the files and directories of the website. You can also disable directory listing of the website by choosing No indexes.   Method1 1) Login to your cPanel interface. 2) Click the icon ‘Indexes’ under ‘ADVANCED’ category.   3) Select the directory for which you want to change the index settings. 4) A new window will open and here you can click ‘No Indexing’ option to d   [...]

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How to Migrate Email from cPanel to cPanel

Posted at November 11, 2016 at 1:05 pm by Jithin

When transferring accounts between servers, transferring of email accounts is quite different. Transferring data from one server to another is technically called migration even if it is full website or email accounts or databases. When you perform a full website migration of a cPanel account, you do not need to migrate the emails manually. The cPanel transfer will migrate the email accounts also. As we know, there can be DNS propagation after a DNS change when you migrate your website. In the DN   [...]

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Quota Management in cPanel

Posted at November 11, 2016 at 12:59 pm by Jithin

There can be many users present in a Linux system. A system administrator can limit the amount of disk space that may be consumed by users by implementing disk quota over them. This will restrict the users from over consuming the disk space. It is possible to enable quotas for individual users and user groups. It will help to manage the space allocated for user-specific files (for example, email) separately from the total space allocated to the projects a user works on, when the projects are giv   [...]

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How to Enable OPcache in cPanel

Posted at November 11, 2016 at 12:52 pm by Jithin

What is OPcache The OPcache is a PHP extension. This extension is a good solution to the performance issues of your website. OPcache improves the PHP performance by storing compiled script byte code in shared memory. Thus, it removes the need for PHP to load and parse scripts on each request. This feature affects the performance positively. It brings the loading time of the website down by increasing the processing speed of the request by the webserver. To an extent, OPcache also helps to avo   [...]

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How to Add DMARC record in cPanel

Posted at October 28, 2016 at 4:20 pm by Jithin

DMARC stands for “Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance.” DMARC is protocol that uses SPF and DKIM to determine the authenticity of an email message. DMARC requires both SPF and DKIM to fail in order for it to act on a message.   1) Login to cPanel. 2) Click Advanced Zone Editor under the Domains section.   3) Select type as TXT, enter name, TTL value as 14400 and enter the TXT Data.   4) Click Add Record to save changes.   [...]

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How to Open a Port in CSF Firewall? ( cPanel )

Posted at October 14, 2016 at 3:58 pm by Jithin

What is a port A port is a process-specific or an application-specific software construct serving as a communication endpoint. It is used by the transport layer protocols of the Internet Protocols suite such as UDP and TCP. The term port is also used in the hardware devices. They are the physical setup of the systems to get connected with another hardware media. Here, we are going to see about the logical construct that identifies a specific process or network service. An IP address and a pro   [...]

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What is AAAA Record? How to add AAAA record in cPanel?

Posted at October 14, 2016 at 3:57 pm by Jithin

AAAA record is also known as a quad-A record. It similar to the A record, but it allows to point the domain to an Ipv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6 address) address. IPv4 addresses are 32 bits, and IPv6 addresses are 128 bits, so if an A record is 32 bits, 4xA (AAAA) is 128 bits. IPv6 has a larger address space which consists of 8 sets ranging from 0000-FFFF. IPv6 provide protocol enhancements for security as well as many other features and it is not freely available from most internet servic   [...]

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What is SRV record? How to add SRV record in Plesk and cPanel?

Posted at October 14, 2016 at 3:57 pm by Jithin

The details regarding the host name and port number of a server for any specified services can be obtained from the SRV record specified data in the Domain Name System. SRV records are mainly used in Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and the Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP).   Format of SRV record _service._proto.name. TTL class SRV priority weight port target. 1) service: Name of the desired service. 2) proto: Transport protocol of the service; TCP or UDP are th   [...]

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cPanel autossl with mod_rewrite rules and site verification

Posted at October 10, 2016 at 3:49 pm by John Quaglieri

cPanel autossl is a free service for cpanel/WHM to give free SSL certificates for domains with an active cpanel license. Like letsencrypt a 90 day certificate is given and ssl certificates are issued when certain requirements are met. Many server administrators have been pushing cpanel for LetsEcrypt to be fully supported but that continues to be pushed back. Comodo though is a good temporary solution however. Comodo must verify domain ownership using a text file before giving an ssl certific   [...]

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AutoConfig and Autodiscover in cPanel

Posted at September 22, 2016 at 6:46 pm by Jithin

Autoconfigure and Autodiscover option in cPanel allows you to easily configure a user's mail client to receive their cPanel email. This works with mail clients like Outlook Express and Thunderbird. There are several methods as an email client can attempt to automatically configure. The popular methods are Autoconfig (Thunderbird, more *) and Auto Discover (Microsoft, Samsung Android). Autodiscover uses Exchange Active sync (EAS) and Exchange Web Services (EWS) which allow any Mail Client that su   [...]

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Set Up a PHP .user.ini File in cPanel

Posted at September 22, 2016 at 6:22 pm by Jithin

The PHP .user.ini file allows you to customize PHP directives. To set up a PHP .user.ini file we must use a PHP version 5.3.0 or higher. Perform the following steps to set up a user.ini file: 1) Log in to cPanel. 2) Navigate to the File Manager (Home >> Files >> File Manager) interface.   3) Make sure that you are in public_html directory and hidden file visible.   4) Click the option ‘File’ to create the new File.   5) In the   [...]

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Installing APC ( Alternative PHP Cache ) and configuration

Posted at September 22, 2016 at 5:53 pm by Jithin

APC stands for Alternative PHP cache. It is a PHP caching plugin. APC is a free open source opcode and it is a PECL module that can be loaded into PHP. PECL is a PHP Extension Community Library containing PHP extensions. PECL should be already in the cPanel servers along with the cPanel installation. APC is used to run PHP script executions more efficiently by cutting down on dynamic PHP executions and it provides a user cache for storing application data. APC is used to speedup PHP applications   [...]

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How to Export and Import Postgresql Database

Posted at September 22, 2016 at 5:51 pm by Jithin

PostgreSQL is a powerful, open source object-relational database system and it provides strong reputation for reliability, data integrity, and correctness. PostgreSQL runs operating systems such as Linux, UNIX (AIX, BSD, HP-UX, SGI IRIX, Mac OS X, Solaris, Tru64), and Windows.   PostgreSQL database export Exporting PostgreSQL database to a file by using the pg_dump command line program pg_dump is an effective tool to backup postgres database. pg_dump is used to back up a loca   [...]

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About WordPress multisite and it’s features

Posted at September 22, 2016 at 5:09 pm by Jithin

The multisite is a WordPress feature. As the name indicates, it is helpful to create multiple websites on the WordPress. We are going to discuss what a multisite is and how to create a WordPress multisite in this article.   What is Multisite (MU)? The Multisite is a WordPress feature that allows users to create a network of websites on a single WordPress installation. It is otherwise called as the WordPress MU or WordPress µ. This feature is ideal for the ones who want to setup a larg   [...]

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About cPanelID

Posted at September 8, 2016 at 6:33 pm by Jithin

cPanelID is a set of credentials that allows customers to login to various cPanel websites and services. It is a combination of username and password. cPanelID is used to reduce the number of usernames and passwords that the cPanel users need to remember. Using cPanelID the customer only needs to remember a single username and password for the cPanel Store, the cPanel ticketing system and the billing system. cPanelID uses a single username and password authentication database on the back end. cP   [...]

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How to Enable and Manage AutoSSL in WHM/cPanel

Posted at September 8, 2016 at 6:33 pm by Jithin

AutoSSL helped many cPanel and WHM users who had issues with SSL installation and renewal. With the entry of AutoSSL there are no more fill out, and no more certificates to manually copy.  The Domain will get a Validated SSL certificate automatically by enabling AutoSSL. The advantage of AutoSSL is that on the time of expiration time a new SSL is requested and automatically installed.   How do you enable AutoSSL? AutoSSL enabling is much easy! In WHM navigate to the AutoSSL interf   [...]

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All Apache Tuning Parameters

Posted at August 22, 2016 at 11:09 am by Jithin

The default Apache settings that cPanel sets upon introduction are unquestionably something that can be enhanced. With a couple of little changes, the proficiency with which Apache keeps running with can be made to be more efficient Apache can be tuned on the premise of two determinations:   Settings which are Apache particular: 1) Clear unused modules – spare memory by not stacking modules that you don't require, including however not constrained too mod_php, mod_ruby, mod_pe   [...]

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Scale and convert Images using cPanel

Posted at August 22, 2016 at 11:08 am by Jithin

By using cPanel- Images, we can modify and manage our Images that we saved in our account directly through its interface. This feature includes the following tools 1) Thumbnailer 2) Scaler 3) Converter We can access it from cPanel >> Files >> Images.   Image Thumbnailer Thumbnailer converter tool is used to create thumbnails from images in a directory and store them in a subdirectory.  To use Thumbnailer converter, we can open the application by cli   [...]

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PHP open_basedir Tweaking

Posted at August 22, 2016 at 11:00 am by Jithin

PHP open_basedir feature prevents users from opening files outside of their home directory with PHP scripts. It is an important security feature which stops malicious scripts from being able to access important information. We can set this function to accounts which cannot open files outside of their home directory when using PHP scripts. Using PHP open_basedir feature we can limit the file operations of a specific directory.   Enable PHP open_basedir protection in cPanel 1) Naviga   [...]

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Everything about cPanel Directory Structure

Posted at August 22, 2016 at 10:59 am by Jithin

cPanel is a web hosting control panel. It is one of the most popular control panels in the web hosting field. If you are using cPanel or planning to install it on your server, it is good that you know about the cPanel directory structure. Before moving to cPanel directory structure, let's see an overview on what a web hosting control panel is.   What is a Web Hosting Control Panel? A webhosting control panel is a web-based interface that allows customers to manage their websites ea   [...]

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cPanel User Manager usage and features

Posted at August 22, 2016 at 10:58 am by Jithin

Using cPanel User Manager we can control all the user accounts in our cPanel account. Also it will show all the user accounts, email accounts or FTP account that are associated with our domain. By using this user manager, it allows to add new user and associate them to FTP and email account. Also, we can edit the accounts, change password of the account, and also we can delete the account from our cPanel. We can view all the account of our cPanel here and it includes our system accounts too.   [...]

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What is Mbstring and how to enable

Posted at August 4, 2016 at 4:39 pm by Jithin

Mbstring stands for multi-byte string functions. Mbstring is an extension of php used to manage non-ASCII strings. Mbstring is used to convert strings to different encodings. Multibyte character encoding schemes are used to express more than 256 characters in the regular byte wise coding system. Mbstring provides multibyte specific string functions that help us to deal with multibyte encodings in PHP. Mbstring handles character encoding conversion between the possible encoding pairs. Mbstring is   [...]

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Understanding Apache MIME types

Posted at August 4, 2016 at 4:37 pm by Jithin

MIME stands for Multi-purpose Internet Mail Extensions. MIME types are used to tell browsers how to handle certain types of files. MIME types are a form of an instruction set that informs web browsers about the type of file and how the file will be served to the user. Then if it is a.J's file it is sent to the browser and then the application/javascript MIME type is also sent to the browser and informs that it is a Javascript file. General MIME types are added automatically to the web server. Th   [...]

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What is ModSecurity and how to use it?

Posted at August 4, 2016 at 4:34 pm by Jithin

ModSecurity is an open-source web-based firewall application (or WAF) supported by different web servers: Apache, Nginx and IIS. With over 70% of all attacks now carried out over the web application level, organizations need every help they can get in making their systems secure. ModSecurity is a web application firewall that can work either embedded or as a reverse proxy. Web application firewalls are deployed to establish an external security layer that increases the protection level, detec   [...]

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Enable IonCube Loader in WHM

Posted at July 21, 2016 at 11:13 am by Jithin

In this documentation, we can learn how to enable IonCube loader in WHM.   1) Login to WHM. 2) Go to ‘Server Configuration’.   3) Click on the icon ‘Tweak settings’.   4) Go to the tab ‘PHP’.     5) Locate the option ‘cPanel PHP Loader’.   6) Select the check box near IonCube.   7) Click the button ‘Save’.   That is how we can enable IonCube loader in WHM.     [...]

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Enabling SPF and DKIM Record in cPanel

Posted at July 21, 2016 at 11:08 am by Jithin

Nowadays, the majority of spam emails have fake data in the 'from' field. Spammers and fraudsters use special tools to send their mail on behalf of the real owner of their e-mail address. To reduce spam, you can use just two records in your domain name system(DNS). These are SPF and DKIM record. The records reduce the spam and improve email delivery in a different way. A Sender Policy Frame(SPF) record indicates which mail server is authorize to send mail for a domain. SPF record is an effect   [...]

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Disable Email Notifications Sent by Softaculous

Posted at July 21, 2016 at 11:07 am by Jithin

In this documentation, we can learn how to disable email notifications sent by Softaculous. 1) Login to cPanel account. 2) Go to the section ‘Softaculous Apps Installer’.   3) Click the application you wish to use.   4) Click the icon ‘Email Settings’.   5) Locate the option ‘Disable All Update Notifications’.   6) Select the checkbox.   7) Click the button ‘Edit Email Settings’.   Tha   [...]

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How to Clone Site Using Softaculous

Posted at July 21, 2016 at 11:05 am by Jithin

In this documentation, we can learn how to clone your site using Softaculous. 1) Login to cPanel account. 2) Go to the section ‘Softaculous Apps Installer’.   3) Click the application in which you want to clone.   4) Click on the icon ‘Clone’.   5) Enter the Clone installation details.   6) Click the button ‘Clone Installation’.   That is how we can clone the site using Softaculous. If you need any fu   [...]

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How to Import Software Using Softaculous

Posted at July 21, 2016 at 11:04 am by Jithin

In this documentation, we can learn how to import software using Softaculous. 1) Login to cPanel account. 2) Go to the section ‘Softaculous Apps Installer’.   3) Click the application you wish to use.   4) Click on the tab ‘Import’.   5) If you wish to import the software from the server, then choose the protocol and domain.   6) If you want to import the software from remote server, then enter the source and destination s   [...]

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Enable Auto Upgrade Feature in Softaculous

Posted at July 21, 2016 at 11:02 am by Jithin

In this documentation, we can learn how to enable auto upgrade feature in Softaculous.   1) Login to cPanel account. 2) Go to the section ‘Softaculous Apps Installer’.   3) Click the application in which you want to enable auto upgrade feature.   4) Click on the option ‘Edit Details’.   5) Locate the option ‘Auto Upgrade’.     6) Select the checkbox.   7) Click the button ‘Save Installa   [...]

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All about cPanel PHP HANDLERS

Posted at July 21, 2016 at 11:00 am by Jithin

In order for a site to run a PHP script, the server must interpret a PHP code library in order to generate a page when visitors access the site. The webserver interprets the code library based on which PHP version is installed, such as PHP 5.5. A PHP handler actually loads these coding libraries into the webservers that can be interpreted. The various handlers are CGI, DSO, suPHP and FastCGI. Handlers deliver libraries through different files and implementations. This effects Apaches's perform   [...]

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How to Run ClamAV Scan from cPanel

Posted at July 21, 2016 at 10:52 am by Jithin

In this documentation, we can learn how to run ClamAV virus scan from cPanel.   1) Login to cPanel account. 2) Go to the section ‘Advanced’.   3) Click the icon ‘Virus Scanner’.   4) Then you will enter into a page where you can scan your account. Please note that scans will automatically stop if they run for more than one day.   5) Select the type of scan you want and click the button ‘Scan Now’.   6) Then you   [...]

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File Manager in cPanel

Posted at July 21, 2016 at 10:50 am by Jithin

In this documentation, we can learn about File Manager in cPanel.  File Manager allows you to manage your site through HTTP, FTP, or third party application. By utilizing File Manager, your cPanel account grants you the ability to: add, delete, access, modify, and view files from your account.   Accessing the File Manager 1) Login to cPanel. 2) Select the "File Manager" from the section ‘Files’.   3)  After selecting the File Manager, you will get prompted and s   [...]

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How to Install SSL Certificate in cPanel

Posted at July 8, 2016 at 2:14 pm by Jithin

In this documentation, we teach how to install SSL certificate in cPanel.   1) Login to cPanel account. 2) Go to the section ‘Security’.   3) Click on the icon ‘SSL/TLS’.   4) Click option ‘Manage SSL Sites’ from ‘Install and Manage SSL for your site (HTTPS)’.   5) Select the domain name from the drop down menu.   6) Click the button ‘Autofill by Domain’. Then the system will fetch the certificates.    [...]

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Cpanel Error viewing cloudlinux stats

Posted at May 26, 2016 at 10:55 am by John Quaglieri

When cpanel + cloudlinux lvestats with in cpanel shows the below error: Modification of non-creatable array value attempted, subscript -1 at /usr/local/cpanel/Cpanel/LVEInfo.pm line 573. ...caught at cpanel.pl line 1813. at cpanel.pl line 1813. cpanel::cpanel::_api1("LVEInfo", "lveinfo", "print_usage_overview()", "print_usage_overview", ARRAY(0x6e46278), "safe_html_encode") called at /usr/local/cpanel/Cpanel/Template/Plugin/Api1.pm line 94 eval {...} called at /usr/local/cpanel/Cpanel   [...]

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How to Install Perl Module in cPanel

Posted at April 4, 2016 at 3:24 pm by Jithin

In this documentation, we can check how to install Perl module in cPanel. Perl modules are collections of functions that allow you to perform tasks in Perl. You will need to install a Perl module before you can use it inside a Perl program.   1) Login to cPanel. 2) Click on the icon ‘Perl Module’ from the section ‘SOFTWARE’.   3) You can search the Perl module by typing the module’s name in the search box.   4) We can see the available Perl m   [...]

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Spam Prevention Methods in cPanel

Posted at April 4, 2016 at 3:23 pm by Jithin

In this documentation, we can check the spam prevention methods in cPanel. Mainly we are using the following methods to prevent spam in cPanel.   1) BoxTrapper 2) Apache SpamAssassin 3) Email Filters   BoxTrapper The cPanel BoxTrapper allows you to activate e-mail verification for those not on your white list. This means that any mail address that is not placed on your white list will be required to send back a verification mail to ensure that they are not a spamme   [...]

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Forward Domain’s email to Gmail

Posted at March 4, 2016 at 4:50 pm by Jithin

In this documentation, we can check how to forward domain’s email to Gmail.   1) Login to cPanel account. 2) Go to Email >> Forwarders.   3) Click the option ‘Add Forwarder’.   4) Enter the details and click the button ‘Add Forwarder’.   5) Then we need to verify the domain email with Gmail. 6) Login to the Gmail account and click the option ‘Settings’. 7) Go to the option ‘Accounts and Import’.     [...]

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