Separate names with a comma.
Well I now added it with two NS records and two A records. This is what the nameserver checks say:
I have the following problem: I just bought a new server and my old server soon gets disconnected. I have a few hundred domains on the old...
I lost the password of an e-mail account. Is there a way to recover it instead of changing it? I need this password for other things too....
I have a server 1 running DNS and secondary MX. Server 2 runs the first MX. I added two MX records to my DNS (MX 10 ip.ad.re.ss / MX 20...
That depends on what cPanel version you are using
Try restarting cpanel (service cpanel restart). I guess you will get an syntax error. There seems to be some bug in the latest version of cPanel....
There is already RAID software in CentOS (/etc/raidtab).
Has someone a good tutorial for setting up a software raid 1 in CentOS 4.2 64bit?
Thanks a lot :)
A lot of companies do. I guess this is for the privacy of the hosting providers.
That's not possible in WHM as far as I know.
Add the domain(s) to /etc/remotedomains (if the file doesn't exist, create it). Then remove the domain from /etc/localdomains and restart bind...
You first need shell access before you can do anything. 'last' just shows the last logins.
No, it doesn't. Try running: '/scripts/upcp --force' and if that doesn't work: '/scripts/fullhordereset'.
This will reinstall exim.
Try 'locate neomail' to find the folder.
I read KeepAlives will cause slow speeds, is that correct?
Strange, you are right. They are normal accesses. Can you tell me then why the load is so high? I didn't have that problem on a older 32 bit CPU.