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Does cpanel allow multiple hard drives?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by robtmathias, Oct 1, 2009.

  1. robtmathias

    robtmathias Registered

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    Hi does cpanel allow me to split my web hosting space between two or three different hard drives? I have OS installed on a 250GB HDD, and I am having two additional 1TB HDD installed this morning. I want to have the website customers space on the two additional 1TB drives. Also, does cpanel work well is WHMCS for billing? And what is the difference between the cpanel and WHM (not whmcs) modules that are included here? And my ISP puts fantastico with cPanel/WHM, what is fantastico? Thank you in advance for anyone who can help with any of these 4 questions.
     
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  2. cPanelGregK

    cPanelGregK Administrator
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    Greetings Rob,

    cPanel does indeed support multiple hard drives/partitions. You can simply setup /home on your primary hard drive, then the others as /home2, /home3, etc.

    I can verify that WHMCS does support cPanel, and can interface with it to automatically create/suspend/terminate accounts and other functions using the cPanel API.

    Fantastico is a script autoinstaller -- you can find more information on that at netenberg.com || creating possibilities.
     
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    WHMCS works very well with Cpanel and I would suggest you to go for the same. its one of the well known name in Billing applications
     
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