Separate names with a comma.
you have a spammer user sending huge volumes of email with this script:
now i see its likely to be a boxbilling...
I had this exact problem back in the days: occasionally a job ran and somehow it broke ipaliases for me. so the sites were unreachable until...
@musti:its a database server. doesnt have anything to do with the webserver..
I'd do this:
dont query the api every time a page is loaded coz thats just crazy! Generate a status file(in json format for example < easy to...
re: Dedicated IP's missing from cPanel
I had a thing like this going on: my problem was that avahi removed the ip! solution was to remove the...
you need to configure vcl rules..
i suggest if you have enough memory then check out varnish as a reverse proxy cache, if you dont, then nginx as a reverse proxy for serving static...
check out Exploit Database Search
file a support ticket with them..
well first backup the current cpanel created selfsigned ones. then install the new ones over the interface in whm..
thats no issue.
it was always like that
2086 is http port
2087 is https
just like for the client login
2082 is http
2083 is https..
I'd do this:
Create a special account which hosts these domains as addon domains all pointing to the same directory whith the desired landing page..
ive done this:
i have a cpanel dedicated server using bind.
Then ive set up multiple powerdns servers as slaves with bind backend..
check where are those connections are made. dont u have a reverse proxy for example?
well every server needs to be tuned differently coz the needs are always pretty much different..
id advise you to install a reverse proxy for static content and add caching(im experimenting with varnish right now). use php opcode cache. well i...
why dont youo provide some error messages u got?
i think that means a server reboot not a server restarting..
Re: [newbie HELP] Your hostname (***.com) could not be resolved to an IP ad
there was no point redacting the ips coz youve left the ns1 ns2...
did you run a filesystem check?