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How To Change hardisk at cpanel dedicated?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by imzie, Jan 5, 2010.

  1. imzie

    imzie Registered

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    Sry...
    i have 1 dedicated run whm/cpanel

    my space

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    Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
    /dev/sda1             9.7G  5.7G  3.6G  62% /
    /dev/sda3             213G  332M  201G   1% /vz
    tmpfs                1001M     0 1001M   0% /dev/shm
    /usr/tmpDSK           485M   17M  443M   4% /tmp
    i got 1 problem... my cpanel use sda1 to main hardisk
    how to change to sda3

    tq :confused:
     
  2. madaboutlinux

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    Looking at the partitions, the server seem to be a host server to hosts VPS'es rather than a dedicated servers to host the websites directly.

    Are you looking to host VPS'es on this server? If yes, you have to install cPanel inside the VPS once it is created not on the host server.

    If you are looking to host websites directly on this server using cPanel, I would recommend you to get the server re-installed with the default partitions required for cPanel.
     
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    how...sry me newbie
    i use dedicated server not vps :)
     
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    If you want to use this server as a dedicated server to host websites directly, ask your hosting company to re-install the OS with the following partitions

    / = 5GB
    /tmp = 2GB
    swap = double the RAM size
    /var and /usr = 10GB each
    remaining space should be allotted to /home partition.

    Once done, install cPanel and start using it.
     
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