CyberPanel 2

CyberPanel v2.0.1

CyberPanel v2.0.1 has been released with new exciting features. This includes bug fixes and updates. The new CyberPanel now also supports Ubuntu 20.04 & Centos 8. New Features Support on Ubuntu 20 Support for CentOS8 & Repo Allow custom path for child-domains Remove duplicatte compression for emails Add remote access Cyberpanel repo, Add Indonesian language Translation into Portuguese of Portugal and Brazil Remote backup with non-root user,2,3 Package manager,2,3,4,5,CentOS 7 Load website preview Mailscanner  & Mailwatch ,2 ,3 Child domain as hostname Detailed scheduled backup logs Display mail client details Update terminal to use tornado User add, edit, list, suspend and remove via CLI Display ssl port during…

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Clientexec Ver 6.1.1

A new version of Clientexec has been released on 29th May 2020. The Changelog for it is as follow: Functions Added FreeSerif fonts to new builds. cookie_secure is set for https connections description to Stripe Checkout payments. Missing translation to product type in client area Patches Low Severity Security Issue. More details to be released at a later date. Auto Suspend / Unsuspend plugin to avoid unsuspending packages having Override Auto Suspend enabled. issue with “Login to cPanel” link in admin only showing after a refresh. Income Growth SQL query to not break in strict mode. bug with Monthly Incoming…

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Open Remote Connection Port on MySQL / MariaDB

By default, MySQL is not listening for external connections. This means you will get error when trying to establish remote connection to your MySQL. The MySQL options file needed to configure for this to work. Please follow steps. Open your MySQL configuration file. MySQL config file is normally at /etc/my.cnf. You need to open it using the nano or any other editor: 2. Note that you have to replace YOUR.SERVER.IP with your actual dedicated IP address OR in my case and then start your MySQL daemon by running this command: Check your port using any tool like for instance you can go…

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How to test VPS Disk Speed (I/O SPEED)

VPS is just like shared hosting but instead its called shared server because you have separate OS and resources depending upon the type of virtualization. The shared environment therefore effects the performance of VPS. This short guide will help you to measure the VPS disk speed. The disk performance is also referred to as I/O (Input/Output) – write and read speed. We need to test VPS disk speed of a server because all the vps on the same server and depending upon the vps on that server your disk performance can be effected. Further you can check out if you truly have…

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What are resource limits in CloudLinux

Each user on CloudLinux is treated as independent entity called as lightweight virtual environment (LVE). This allows hosting companies to have strict control over the hardware resources any for any single account to use. Resources limits in CloudLinux which can be controlled are CPU, memory, IO, number of processes entering (EP) and concurrent connections etc. So the purpose of LVE is to make sure that no single web site use all the hardware resources of the server and bring down or slow down the whole web server. How Resource limits in CloudLinux Works Memory limits Memory limits allow controlling of…

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New CloudLinux OS+

Finally we got email today from CL that their new shiny OS which is actually OS+ is going to be launched in October 2020. This new CloudLinux OS+ will include new state of the art tools that will elevate the shared hosting environment never experienced before. The core purpose of the CL is to ease the administration of a web server in a shared environment. The next gen OS+ will be focused on performance analysis, advance automation, centralized management etc. The A Unique Tool for a New CloudLinux OS+ The new CloudLinux OS+ will include a performance tracing tool called…

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CloudLinux Released PHP X-Ray Tool (Beta)

CloudLinux has released a new tool by the name of PHP X-RAY in their updates-testing repository. What is PHP X-Ray The newest OS from the team CL is CloudLinux OS+ now includes a new performance tracing tool called PHP X-Ray. This tool is exclusively for PHP-based content management systems. Content management systems such as WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal will now show detailed information with respect to different bottlenecks they are facing.   The PHP X-Ray tool will simply help you to locate If a site has any slow WordPress plugins, slow queries, or database bottlenecks. Tracing Performance With PHP X-Ray…

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How To Install DirectAdmin

Before installing DirectAdmin let us see which operating system does it supports. System Requirements OS Version CloudLinux 6.x 64-bit, 7.x 64-bit, 8.x 64-bit AlmaLinux / RHEL / CentOS 7.x 64-bit, 8.x 64-bit Debian 8.x 64-bit, 9.x 64-bit, 10.x 64-bit, 11.x 64-bit ALPHA Ubuntu 16.04 64-bit, 18.04 64-bit, 20.04 64-bit FreeBSD 11.x 64-bit, 12.x 64-bit Guess it supports all major Linux distributions. Partition scheme Partition Size /boot 500 MB swap For < 2GB of RAM: 2 x RAM, for 2GB – 8GB of RAM: equal to the amount of RAM, for > 8GB of RAM: at least 4GB / Rest of drive Now to the actuall part. Run the following command to install directadmin in linux After the setup is completed you can…

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