Separate names with a comma.
It's been a while since I've used cpanel and the interface has evolved a bit.
Where can one find the option to limit the number of emails a...
We have exim running on a server and got a notice that a client is sending spam. Unfortunately the mail is not going through exim as far as I can...
The problem is likely at the node level. I doubt you could really do much about it.
Why do you need to use Apache 2.2.4?
You will have to manually modify these, and yes I have experienced this bug myself on many occassions :\
The optimization level appears to be at the highest possible level, I don't believe there is a way to enable that Optimization Pass...you can...
The following in .htaccess will also do it:
php_flag upload_max_filesize "32M"
The following command should fix this up.
Can you paste your current output of:
grep "zend.optimizer" -- /usr/local/lib/php.ini
Using old-passwords is really not a good idea and it's probably better just to recompile Apache / PHP.
"INTERNAL SERVER ERROR" - that usually means there's an error in .htaccess, are you sure it's 100% blank?
Also in /scripts/easyapache try this...
You could also do chmod 000 /scripts/ftpup also...but chirpy's solution is better ;)
Did you try running /scripts/updateuserdomains?
If there is no file for that user in /var/cpanel/users then it really shouldn't be showing up anywhere else via cPanel, can you double check to...
It's not really a problem to upgrade..just remember to rebuild Apache/PHP once you are done via /scripts/easyapache.
MySQL 5 doesn't work with a fair amount of applications, even still. Though it's fine if you're just running some of your own sites and not any...
You might also want to create a tar.gz file for each database, as opposed to huge archive.
You can use the following bash script to accomplish...
Assuming you have your separate (from cPanel) version of Apache running as a different process name...you can do killall httpd and then:
nvm, got it :)