Separate names with a comma.
Simple, https://tickets.cpanel.net/submit/ :)
Please have a look at the docs below:
WHM Initial Setup 4: Nameservers
AFAIK, cPanel uses OpenSSL with TLS 1.1. I am not sure if the ciphersuites though..
A reply from cPanel official will be appreciate :)
As mentioned in the earlier post, the information you have provided is not enough for anyone to extend help. Moreover this does not...
Normally you do get an error in the returned email. It is highly possible that Microsoft is considering your email as spoofed due to the...
The simplest way to test them is through PING. Just ping your name servers and see if it gives your server IPs.
You can also use third...
I'll help you with security of your server. I have expertise in securing cPanel servers and I'll take care of securing your server if...
I am not sure if cPanel transfers the permissions of any site when you transfer it from another server. 755 for folders and 644 for...
The Entire setup can be rSynced from one server to another along with file permissions and ownership.
The idea handling the DNS request is...
The best practice is to email them at support and this is not an official place for support.. They do log in here but but it is...
You cannot.. as the registration has been closed. We are registered and we are still waiting for the beta release.
You can email Support &...
I think you will have to wait for a staff member to reply.. or you can just place a support ticket.. they are usually quick to reply on...
It is MySQL and webmaild that is killing the server.
You can run the command below to see which database is the culprit:
]# watch mysqladmin process
It depends on what setup are you looking for..? whether you want to have a load balancing setup to shared traffic or a fail over setup....
I don't have a solution but a few alternatives.
1. Try pkgacct manually and then restore, this will also help you to know if the problem is...
Your logs does not show any specific reason for the httpd shutdown. Can you just make sure that it is not a memory problem..
I think you...
load average: 5.20, 8.69, 9.12
Says that the load did go over 10... 15 minutes before the email was generated. You have a problem on your server...
To get the version you can either run:
]# pgsql -v
]# rpm -qa | grep sql
this will list all the rpm that has been installed with the name...
Just remove the domain from the /etc/localdomains and that should do the trick.
You will have to edit the file /etc/ips and restart the service ipaliases after editing it:
[root@server]# service ipaliases restart