Cachewall is compatible with cPanel under both CentOS 6 and CentOS 7 (including CloudLinux 6 and CloudLinux 7). The software may be installed in both dedicated and virtual server environments. Cachewall works with all cPanel versions, EasyApache 3, EasyApache 4 and LiteSpeed WebServer. rpm -ivh https://repo.cachewall.com/cachewall-release.rpm yum install -y epel-release yum install -y cachewall To activate ..
WP-CLI is a set of command-line tools for managing WordPress installations. It allows you to run updates, add users, activate themes and more Website: http://wp-cli.org/ Installation curl -O https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wp-cli/builds/gh-pages/phar/wp-cli.phar chmod +x wp-cli.phar mv wp-cli.phar /usr/local/bin/wp List of Available Commands: The wp-cli website contains the full lists of commands available. http://wp-cli.org/commands/ The help pages for wp-cli can be ..
IMPORTANT: This is something that is NOT recommended, especially for production servers! If for some reason you need to do this Or simply want the information, the write-up is below: MAKE A BACKUP of all data! If possible, make a snapshot/full backup of your server. This CAN go horribly wrong and cause severe data loss. $EDITOR ..
Run the below script as root, and after waiting you will be presented with the disk usage for each email account CP_ACCOUNTS=`ls -1A /var/cpanel/users/` for user in `echo -n $CP_ACCOUNTS` do domain=`grep -i ^dns /var/cpanel/users/$user |cut -d= -f2` for dom in `echo -n “$domain”` do PASSWD_FILE=”/home/$user/etc/$dom/passwd” if [ -f $PASSWD_FILE ] && [ -s $PASSWD_FILE ] ..
The main point of DNS records is to translate your domain name, to a server IP. DNS records can also provide verification for your domain. This includes your site and your e-mail. There are multiple types of records that you may need to operate your domain. A Record – The A Record is one of the ..
Creating a Database in cPanel has a couple of steps to it. After creating the database, you will also need to create a user and then add that user to the database. The last 2 steps are commonly missed. Remember if you want cPanel to recognize the database, you will need to create it from ..