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Archive | September, 2013

Tweak magento website for a better performance

Magento is a popular open source CMS used by ecommerce based websites. magento website can be tuned and optimized for a better performance Step 1) by setting up magento caching go to the System menu and choose Cache Management. Select the following 4 options: — Configuration — Layouts — Block HTML output — Translations need  Full Article…

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Internet Explorer says you must specify a username

  This is an internet explorer issue seen on latest versions. You need to switch off the compatibility view which would help you login to the cpanel without any issues. Steps to disable compatibility view. ♦ Click on Tools Menu bar. ♦ Click on Compatibility view and uncheck it.

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Reset mysql password if root password is not known

One of the common issue encountered by server admins while manging mysql is that, the root passwords are unknown. We can reset the root password for getting into the mysql prompt by following the below steps.   Stop mysql service /etc/init.d/mysql stop Start to MySQL server w/o password mysqld_safe –skip-grant-tables & Connect to mysql server  Full Article…

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NMAP useful commands.

   Nmap is a shortform for Network Mapper. It is an open source security tool for network check, security scanning and auditing. nmap command comes with a lots of options that make the utility more robust and difficult to follow for new users.   Scan an  IP address (IPv4)   ## Scan a single ip  Full Article…

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Install extension Managers on Cpanel Server

The following script helps to install extension manager on cpanel servers /scripts/phpextensionmgr The below command will list the extension manager available for installation /scripts/phpextensionmgr list The below commmand help us to check the status of the extensions /scripts/phpextensionmgr status ‘ext mgr’ The following command will install certain extension /scripts/phpextensionmgr install ‘ext mgr’

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telnet command to check port access

telnet is a common tool used by sysadmins to check if a particular port is open or not on a remote server. Sometimes you may have problems in sending or receiving emails. The first step in troubleshooting the issue would be to first check the port access directly via telnet. Ports may be closed/blocked by  Full Article…

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Can receive the mails but can not send.

  It might be due to the fact that your InterNet Service Provider, who is providing your internet connection, may be blocking port 25. This stops you from using any service other than their own to send email. This is becoming common with ISP’s as a security measure to reduce spamming. To get rid of this  Full Article…

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cPanel backup

  It is a good practice to preserve your data as a local backup on your local machine. This can be done from the cPanel itself. You can follow the below steps to take the full back of your domain. ♦ Login to cPanel (http://example.com/cpanel) ♦ Navigate to Files >> Backups There you can see  Full Article…

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Log search in SpamFiltering.

  In some cases we may be unable to receive e-mails from another e-mail accounts. If you are pretty sure that there is no issues with the mail relaying settings in the sender and receiver end, then it might be due to the SpamExperts option enabled in the receiver end. You can check the logs  Full Article…

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