It is a server which helps in moving a specific cPanel account or accounts to a new server. This server performs the functions as mentioned below:
It is to note that the /usr/local/cpanel/scripts/xferpoint file helps the source server in handling changes.
An IP address can be blocked from one’s server with the help of WHM’s Host Access Control interface (WHM >> Home >> Security Center >> Host Access Control).
One must log in as the root user in order to restart a daemon.
Most of the services can be restarted with the help of WHM’s Restart Services interface (Home >> Restart Services). Also, one may need to restart some services in the command line. All standard Linux services (like HTTP, FTP, Exim, cPanel & WHM, or MySQL®) have restartsrv_* scripts in the /usr/local/cpanel/scripts/ directory. One can read our WHM Scripts documentation to gather more information on this and a list of restartsrv_* scripts available.
And for more information on restarting services, one can read our How to Restart Services documentation.
One can run this command in order to fix WHM’s News:
rm -f /var/cpanel/objcache/whmnews
One can run this script in order to fix ndc connection refused errors:
It is important that the /scripts/fixndc script should run twice.
Pure-FTPd configuration is contained in the /etc/pure-ftpd.conf file.
The /var/lib/mysql/eximstats file contains MySQL database which stores mail statistics. One needs to remove or delete the entries from this database.
Next step would be to clear the mail logs in the /var/log, exim_mainlog, exim_rejectlog, and exim_paniclog files daily without fail.
Note that a cronjob can smoothly execute a script clearing these files.
Answers outlined in this review will be benefitting to the users regarding WHM’s backup options.