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    Shell cron

    do I have to stop and start something to make the cron take effect. I added it exactly as you have and I added the mailto feature at the top and nothing. J
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    Shell cron

    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...
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    Shell cron

    Yeah the full path to PHP is /usr/local/bin/php and I've added that to the shell script with no success. I'll try the email method you suggest and report back. ~ Jared
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    Shell cron

    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; #!/bin/sh php -q /updates/run_interactive_job.php Then my CRON looks like; 40 2 * * *...
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    Brand New Problem

    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.
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    Brand New Problem

    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...
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    cPanel Essentials

    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? ~ Jared