Separate names with a comma.
You can check Mariadb logs (/var/lib/mysql/serverhostname.err). It will give you more details why Mariadb is not starting.
How many websites are hosted on the server and how much traffic is hitting the server on the basis of that choose server CPU and RAM.
Correct, you can setup limit for sending mail per hour per domain. Check below link:
Setup limit of sending out mails per hour per domain users...
I doubt you will get PHP 5.3.7 version as it EOL. You can try multi PHP application to switch between PHP.
Yes, your new clients will not face any issue if they are coming with MySQL. MariaDB is much better than MySQL. You will definitely see the...
Check /var/log/exim_mainlog logs you will find the reason why mails stuck in queue.
Please use below command to check mail logs:
tail -f /var/log/exim_mainlog
Also try exim -Mvb Message_id to check message body so that you will...
The cPanel installation has default DNS template pre-loaded on server. So keep it as it is, if you do not need to make any custom changes.
You can also use PRTG Network Monitor which is easy to setup and has broad range of sensors.
As per my understanding, you wish to have dedicated IPs to the websites. If you have added those IPs to the cPanel Server, then you can...
You may find helpful steps at:
Make sure to have console access for your server as you will...
The issue might be related to the MySQL version. Please check if the MySQL version is same on both the servers.
Also try restoring the...
Please check the Exim queue, it appears that the email is stuck in queue and exim is repeatedly trying to send it. Which might be...
There was an option called "FETCH EMAIL" in horde webmail in older version, but its not supported now.
There is no such option available...
The proxy sub-domains are already enabled in the Apache configuration. You will just need to make sure that the A record for sub-domain...
Have you added example2.com under example1.com as Addon Domain? If so, it will create sub-domain automatically as example2.example1.com...
Have you tried clearing browser cache of Palemoon or checked any other settings? Apparently that is only cause I can see as the cPanel works...
You may need to manually create a command like below, which will show the email addresses in queue as per their count:
exim -bpr | grep...
Please provide complete logs which shows postgres is skipped. This will help to understand why it did so.
If the database is not mapped with cPanel user then it won't be backed up. Files are stored in homedir so they will likely get zipped.