Actually its quite literally in the root path. I log into the cpanel server with my root credentials (its a leased server) and I do the following.
Here are examples from the shell
[email protected] [~]# cd /
[email protected] [/]# cd /update
[email protected] [/update]#
Then if I want to manually run the sh...
I have a very simple script that runs when I use the command line method but when I add it to a cron it simply wont run.
My script is called "updateresi.sh" and contains two lines as follows;
php -q /updates/run_interactive_job.php
Then my CRON looks like;
40 2 * * *...
I have no idea what backup.Backup is? when I went into WHM to mount the new hard drive I did so by giving it the name /home2
Its only purpose is to be for automated backups. When I try to configure the backup I get the quota issues.
This problem is so new I am lucky to be the very first person ever in the history of cPanel to present it to you. I know this problem is brand spanking new because every google attempt to solve this problem shows absolutely nothing.
I'd simply like to remove quotas for my backup drive...
Looks like I'm forced to do a fresh install after formatting the drive thanks to a trojan. I'm curious what can be done from cPanel to tighten up security in addition to what we have already done.
What are some of the tools a web server really must have?