Separate names with a comma.
I am using R1Soft as a backup solution and while is far from cheap it get the job done quite nicely.
Do a ping to that domain and check that the IP returned is the same as the one that is used for the main account on top of which the domain is parked.
I don't think that it is a general mysql issue.
You should check to see what mysql processes are running
Also I written an...
I believe that /scripts/rebuilddnsconfig is what you are looking for.
make sure that you are actually running perl 5.8.8
I suggest opening a support ticket about this.
Go to WHM --> Configure PHP and SuExec and make that you have a PHP handler set for your php version.
You could try to send the username and password this way:
you seem to have some mysql problems.
make sure that you are not running out of RAM on your VPS.
you should also check the mysqld.log file for...
I'm afraid that currently there is no API implementation for what you are looking for.
Your best bet would be to add a new server for the new...
I don't think that you can use the cpanel backup script to backup that user...
save your table as txt file.
Then go to phpMyAdmin --> Import and select your text file to import it into the database.
The best idea for you would be to keep the nameservers as there are now and point the A record for the domain to your cPanel server.
There is nothing as complex as awstats for the entire server that I am aware of but you can still see server wide statistics regarding bandwidth...
Have you checked the mail logs for details?
Make sure that you configured both as "Synchronize Changes"
For domains with heavy traffic it is something normal
The values would be:
0 0 1 * *
Have you checked the logs to see if there is more information there?
You will find here: http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=308055 a script that will stress you server pretty well.