buycpanel-resources-banner

Our Blog

Category: Uncategorized

What is the LiteSpeed Web Server License? How do we Install it?

Posted by Allura on 2019/05/30.

Introduction LiteSpeed Web Server can be defined as the drop-in replacement for Apache servers. It reads Apache configuration files directly and has compatibility with the Apache .htaccess and mod_security rules. This LiteSpeed Web Server license can be purchased from the cPanel Store within WHM’s EasyApache 4 interface (WHM >> Home >>…

Key Steps to Setup Google Drive for WHM Backup

Posted by Allura on 2019/05/29.

Introduction This article review will help a user in understanding how to set up his Google Drive™ account as an Additional Destination  in WHM’s Backup Configuration interface (WHM >> Home >> Backup >> Backup Configuration).Set up the Google Drive API for your Google Account Steps:Firstly, user needs to visit the Google…

How do you Clear a Full Partition

Posted by Allura on 2019/05/28.

A Brief Overview The following document shall outline the steps that need to be followed in order to clear a full partition.It is usually the /var/directory that is the first to fill up. This is because it contains the system logs.Note:In certain cases, the /usr directory may however fill up first,…

The Benefits of Compressing Apache Log Files

Posted by Allura on 2019/05/27.

Introduction One needs to navigate to (WHM >> Home >> Service Configuration >> Apache Configuration) to work on this feature. It allows one to select Apache log files for the cpanellogd daemon so as to compress and archive. The cpanellogd daemon compresses the selected log files into a single file for…

How do you Work on the Domain TLS System?

Posted by Allura on 2019/05/24.

Introduction The Domain TLS system works in storing and managing the server’s verified certificates in a domain-indexed repository. This system also works faster and more efficient in managing SNI services for a user’s domains. It looks up the domain, finds the necessary certificate and retrieves that certificate, key, and CA bundle…