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Monthly: December 2018

What is the Splitlogs Binary?

Posted by Allura on 2018/12/17.

Introduction In order to use the /url/local/cpanel/bin/splitlogsbinary, one must enable the Enable Piped Apache Logs setting in the piped log configuration section of WHM’s Apache Configuration interface( WHM >> Home >> Service Configuration >> Apache Configuration).The /usr/local/cpanel/bin/splitlogs binary optimize one’s resources and performance after creating Apache logs. As for example, the /usr/local/cpanel/bin/splitlogs binary can close file…

What is the ‘Manage Shell’ Interface?

Posted by Allura on 2018/12/13.

Introduction This interface allows one to manage accounts which can access one’s server remotely from the command line.As a warning it must be noted that many users want this type of access, but before granting complete shell access to users, one should always consider the security risks. We recommend to provide…

What is the ‘Server Time’ Interface Responsible for in cPanel?

Posted by Allura on 2018/12/12.

Introduction One can navigate to (WHM >> Home >> Server Configuration >> Server Time) to work on this feature. It allows one to set the server’s time zone and synchronize its time with network’s time server.It is important to note that in order to make one’s cPanel & WHM license to…

Can you Determine a Browser Locale?

Posted by Allura on 2018/12/11.

Introduction The cPanel and WHM Version11.32 has a new feature that allows the user to select the locale for their session through a localized login page. There are certain factors like the locale query string parameter, the session_locale cookie, the Accept-Language header, etc.  that help in determining the visible locale when…

What is the VirtFS Jailed Shell?

Posted by Allura on 2018/12/10.

Introduction The cPanel & WHM makes a use of VirtFS in providing a jailed shell environment. It is for the users who connect via SSH to a server. This shell acts as a container for the user, and prevents the user to access other users’ home directories on the server.A jailed shell environment,…