Click on the “Show/Edit Reserved IPs” link under “IP Functions”. Check the box of the ip you want to reserve and add a short comment to the Reason section. This ip will no longer be used to setup accounts via WHM/Cpanel.
There are two ways to update your Apache version on cpanel. The first is from within WHM. Underneath the “Software” section in the menubar is “Apache Update.” Click this link and then follow the on screen directions. The second option is from the command line. Run “/scripts/easyapache”, which will provide an update interface including a few more options than… Continue reading How do I upgrade Apache on my Cpanel box?
cPHulk Brute Force Protection prevents malicious forces from trying to access your server’s services by guessing the login password for that service. BUT sometimes it becomes troublesome when you are accessing the cPanel with incorrect password and cPanel assuming you as attacker blocks you with below message : ————————————————————————————— This account is currently locked out… Continue reading WHM locked out – cphulkd
RVSiteBuilder warning messages under WHM : WARNING !! WARNING: RVSiteBuilder recommend PHP maximum execution time of each script , in 180 seconds or above. HELP: Edit /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/etc/php.ini and change “max_execution_time=180” or above, and restart cPanel service (/usr/local/cpanel/startup). WARNING: RVSiteBuilder recommend maximum size of POST data 105M or above. HELP: Edit /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/etc/php.ini and change “post_max_size=105M” or… Continue reading cPanel : WARNING: RVSiteBuilder recommend PHP maximum execution
Currently cPanel will start with eth0 and work through eth1 when you assign nameservers to your IPs via WHM. Unfortunately, this will automatically choose your management IP range first, which of course are non-routable. There are two work-arounds for this: 1: Create a fake nameserver record on your private IPs, and add an A record… Continue reading Assigning Name server IPs manually via SSH – cPanel
Before setting up compression of your logs you will want to have cpanel run the stats as often as possible. This is so you do not miss any stats that would have been included were your logs not compressed before stats run. To do this, login to WHM, and click on Tweak Settings under Server… Continue reading How can I compress my CPanel domlogs log files?
Cpanel required ports list User Opinions ( ) How would you rate this answer? Helpful Not helpful Help us improve. Why was this unhelpful? Thank you for rating this answer. Port Service Protocol Direction Notes 20 ftp tcp inbound/outbound 21 ftp tcp,udp inbound/outbound 22 ssh tcp inbound 25 smtp tcp inbound/outbound 26 smtp tcp inbound/outbound… Continue reading cPanel required ports list
There are many possible causes of this issue, however most relate to quotas being enabled on the filesystem itself. Some ways to check the most common errors are: Quotas enabled in the filesysem By default, quoatas are enabled in the kernel on all SoftLayer Linux and FreeBSD kernels. If you’ve compiled/installed your own kernel, you’ll… Continue reading WHM shows all accounts as 0/unlimited quotas
A newly setup cPanel system may have a message such as the following show the first time that you login to WHM. IMPORTANT: Do not ignore this email. The hostname (hostname.server.com) resolves to . It should resolve to xx.xx.xx.xx. Please be sure to correct /etc/hosts as well as the ‘A’ entry in zone file for… Continue reading “IMPORTANT: do not ignore this email: The hostname resolves to . It should resolve to X.X.X.X”
Are your temp partitions putting out behind your back? Anyone who’s ever administered a Linux server would know the risk of leaving the /tmp directory unsecured, moreso on a webserver that is shared among multiple websites. The tmp directory is world-writeable and used by a majority of services on a machine — including the storage… Continue reading Securing the TMP Partition and Tracking Hacks