Separate names with a comma.
just create an alias in httpd.conf...for example if you would like to append webmail to all the domains then ...ServerAlias webmail.* thats it.
Do you have declared main shared IP in WHM>>TWEAK SETTINGS
U can do so by playing with WHM>>TWEAK SETTINGS , by default only 30 accounts display in any listing page, U can modify that to ALL.
ssh to server...and edit /var/named/<zone-file-of-domain> ..then edit /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf and add another line <VirtualHost IP>...
may be by editing /usr/sbin/chkservd
This could be done from shell also ...by editing /var/named/<zone-file>
If u have nameservers registered for ur server..then start BIND on ur cpanel server and change the domains child namservers from domain control...
What's the version of cpanel.....try running
From which URL you are trying to connect to your whm/cpanel/webmail.....check entries in your httpd.conf ..they should look like >>...
Yes you can safely add "%" wildcard without quotes in cpanel>>mysql>>access hosts
You can use
In the first EXIM text box make this entry
log_selector = +all click on save ..
then check /var/log/exim_mainlog to trace the directories...
You need to first Register your reseller nameservers at your domain registrar then add them in WHM>>edit setuo >> primary, secondary nameservers...
Try /scripts/eximup --force
Are you using PRM or /etc/security/limits.conf ..then check out the limits and resources assigned to nobody and try tweaking them to a better...
Check out this thread >>
Check out this sticky thread >>
Make sure that named has write access on the directory containing the file on the slave server i.e. /var/named/. Named writes the new cache file...
As the error message suggestes there is no conf file or awstats folder in /home/username/tmp/ folder .....first create them and then try...
If your backup disk is unmounted then you can manually mount it using "mount" command then delete the old backup data with "rm" see the man pages...