Tag Archives: linux

mySQL Optimisation in Windows IIS or Linux / CPanel platforms

Learn how to optimise mySQL in Windows or Linux/CPanel with this informative video by CPanel themselves!

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How to install ImageMagick on CPanel plus How to install Imagick on CPanel as a PECL Package from WHM

Learn how to install ImageMagick on CPanel using Shell/Console and the CPanel Script. Also how to install Imagick on CPanel using WHM module installer

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How to limit processes or memory usage per user based on time and memory in CPanel using CSF

So here it is, how to limit processes or memory usage on a CPanel server based on time or total memory consumption per user account using Config Server Firewall (CSF)

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Untangle Spam Score 0 and message being Dropped and how to fix it

If you’re a techie that uses Untangle for filtering selected networks you might have run into this little Issue! After a long time in service I had some random issues where an untangle box would often just drop legit messages with a Spam Score of 0, the Super Spam setting was on but set to […]

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VMware Console repeating Characters and how to stop it

I was recently connected to the console of a Linux VM on an ESXi server using vSphere and whenever I would type it would repeat each character a random number of times, needless to say this got quiet anoying. So I did some Googleing! As we all do, and I found this article which was […]

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How to configure domain specific relay hosts in exim using remote_smtp with CPanel

So you have, for whatever reason, a requirement to send all mail from CPanel server x addressed to *@domain.com via a specific smtp server. I recently ran into this issue and found a relatively simple fix. Unlike Microsoft Exchange and its easy UI where you can create a send connector with a bunch of prerequisites, […]

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How to Secure SSH on CPanel and restrict to specific hosts

What I tend to do is restrict ssh to protocol 2 to start with, then change the listening port for ssh and lastly utilize CPanel’s built in hosts access control to restrict what sources are able to access ssh.

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