Separate names with a comma.
You can delete the zone file and add a new zone you want. i think that will be fine.
You have to ssh to the server and check the exim_mainlog to see where exactly the issue is
did u check the mail log when you try sending the mails.. that will give you information regarding why it is not forwarding..But normally when you...
try manually adding the domain names to /etc/trueuserdomains. That can help. But since all the domains are disappeared, try another cpanel update...
you will have to see the cpanel logs and the server load to see what exactly the issue is.
Anyway try updating the cpanel
Note sure from the information given what exactly the issue.. whether it is with the firewall, apache or named. Need to heve a check to give you...
There won't be any issues with that in the normal case. If at all there are any issues, that is quite fixable...
You will have to contact your webhost regarding this. If you are the host, then please let us know what the error you get ? anyway you need the...
Please check /tmp and /dev/shm to see any malicious scripts running.. Also please see what are all the files opened by that process..
Please check the /var/named dierctory for any zone files corresponding to the nameserver. Delete the one you don't need.
Also you can have a...
Recent versions of PHP disabled the ability to have custom php.ini files in home directories..
so that might be the reason it didn't work..
lsof -i tcp:443
netstat -apn | grep :443
About apache restart taking too much time.. please check the apache errror_log if u find...
You can use the option of
>>Copy multiple accounts from another server from WHM
Just keep an eye on the server load while you are doing...
You mean yo are not able to register the nameservers at the registrar?
You mean .. you are not able to send mail to any address ?
Remove the domain name from /etc/localdomains and add the domain name to /etc/remotedomains
If you do have zend installed, then the location of php.ini will be different. Do you have zend installed ?
I believe that should work.. worth a try
You can try adding a php.ini under the public_html directory for that user.