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Locations of Common Log Files on cPanel Servers Article not rated yet
Log files on cPanel servers are not stored at the same location of the default OS installation. The locations of common log files are shared below. Apache
How to install Tomcat Article not rated yet
Apache Tomcat is a opensource webserver product of Apache Foundation like Apache HTTP server. It is used to deploying Java Servlet and JSP applications. To deploy any application in Tomcat we can...
Repair crashed MySQL tables Article not rated yet
Table corruption in MySQL is a very frequent issue. This primarily happens due to failed/forced transactions. MySQL primary supports two type of engines MyISAM and InnoDB. It is to be noted that the r...
Configuring/Adding a secondary/new IP address on a CentOS/Redhat server Article not rated yet
If you have cPanel, then you can add additional IP addresses on the server by accessing the WHM panel using the following steps :- 1. Login to WHM panel. 2. Click on IP Fun
CSF firewall and steps to install the same Article not rated yet
The CSF (ConfigServer) firewall is a Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) firewall, Login/Intrusion Detection and Security application for Linux servers. The CSF comes with the LFD (Login Failure Daemo...
PHP Parse error: syntax error, unexpected $end Article not rated yet
This error is typically caused by a missing } used in PHP to denote content belonging to a WHILE, IF, or FOR loop. You might accidentally comment out a } when you comment out a line of code. For exam...
Optmods for EasyApache Article not rated yet
There have been many changes in the funtionality of cPanel over a couple of years. Some new features have been added whereas some popular features have been removed/deprecated. Features like php 5.2,...
Repair tables in MySQL Article not rated yet
Table corruption in MySQL is a very frequent issue. This primarily happens due to failed/forced transactions. MySQL primarily supports two type of engines MyISAM and InnoDB. It is to be noted that the...
How to drop tables from a database in phpMyAdmin Article not rated yet
How to drop tables from a database in phpMyAdmin This article will demonstrate how to drop (permanently delete) tables from a database in phpMyAdmin. This will delete the table and everything in it...
Change exim interface IP address Article not rated yet
Your server's main/shared IP address may get blacklisted by one or many RBLs due to a variety of reasons. In such situations, it becomes be very difficult to receive/send emails...
Tomcat installation on non-cPanel servers Article not rated yet
Apache Tomcat is a opensource webserver product of Apache Foundation like Apache HTTP server. It is used for deploying Java Servlet and JSP applications. To deploy any application in Tomcat, we c...
How to install mod_evasive on cPanel servers Article not rated yet
mod_evasive is an Apache module to provide evasive action in the event of an HTTP DoS or DDoS attack or brute force attack. It is also designed to be a detection and network management tool, and can b...
Optimizing Apache Article not rated yet
Apache Optimization The efficiency with which Apache runs can greatly be improved with a few small tweaks in the Apache configuration fil
modify header information on Dedicated Server Article not rated yet
Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/user/public_html/test.php:3) in /home/user/public_html/test.php on line 4 Look familia...
Optimizing MySql Article not rated yet
Optimizing MySql  
Optimizing Magento Article rated 5.0/5.0
Magento is a very popular eCommerce application. It offers a great deal of customization and abilities from initial install. Here are a few suggestions for optimizing a Magento installation. Please...
Rebooting your VPS or Dedicated server Article not rated yet
If you’d like to reboot your VPS or dedicated server after making any configuration changes or due to any reason, you can do that in a couple of minutes using different methods. Here’s how...
How to Obtain Additional Support for Joomla Article not rated yet
  Joomla is an open source project, which means it is developed by a community of developers. Everything, from the documentation to the code
How to Use Robots.txt Article not rated yet
  What is the Purpose of the Robots File?
Accessing your VPS or Dedicated Servers using SSH Article not rated yet
What is Secure Shell (SSH)?Secure Shell (SSH) is a cryptographic network protocol typically used to log into a remote machine and execute commands. It can transfer files using the associated SSH ...
Optimizing Joomla Article not rated yet
  Joomla is a popular CMS that is highly extensible and customizable. The following are suggestions for optimizing your Joomla installation and reducing th
Rebuilding Apache & PHP in WHM Article not rated yet
If you’ve got a VPS or Dedicated Server with cPanel and would like to upgrade to the latest version, enable or disable a module or feature, etc. WHM provides you with a convenient tool c...
Optimizing Wordpress Article not rated yet
  Wordpress is currently one of the most popular blogging/CMS applications. Here are some id
CSF - Firewall Installation & Configuration Article not rated yet
The CSF (ConfigServer) firewall is a Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) firewall, Login/Intrusion Detection and Security application for Linux servers. The
Adding an Account on WHM - Linux Article not rated yet
To create an account on WHM, you first need to Add a Package. Once, you have added a Package, you can associate a cPanel account to it. Here’s how you do it:
Creating a Package on WHM - Linux Article not rated yet
  With WHM installed in your Hosting, you can create multiple sub-packages which you can then re-sell or use to create multiple websites. All these sub-packages can have t
Configuring cPHulk and unblocking your IP Article not rated yet
Brute force is an attack (hacking) method that involves using an automated system to guess the password of your web server or services. cPHulk provides protection against such attacks.WHM/cPanel has a...
Mail Limiting via WHM Article not rated yet
It is important that you keep a check on the spam originating from your server by using some of the features inside the WHM. We strongly recommend that you to do this to maintain the reputatio...