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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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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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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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Internal Server Error logging into webmail

  Webmail showing internal server error with user over quota even if the quota is in the limit. This can not fixed by increasing the disk quota as the error is showing because the overquota status is cached. To fix this you need to remove the “cpanel username” file in the folder /var/cpanel/overquota/ cd /var/cpanel/overquota rm  Full Article…

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Databases missing in cPanel

  In some cases cPanel will not show the databases in cPanel>>Databases>>MySQL database; though the database is present in /var/lib/mysql/ folder with the contents in it, hence it is clear that the database are not lost from the server. The issue is due to the permission conflict to the folder /var/cpanel/databases/, the permission should be  Full Article…

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Installing a custom module in cPanel

  In cPanel custom modules should be installed in the following path, this tutorial will help you to install custom modules in cPanel. ♦ Login to the server as SSH ♦ Go to the folder    ‘/var/cpanel/easy/apache/custom_opt_mods/‘ ♦ Download and unzip it into /var/cpanel/easy/apache/custom_opt_mods/ ♦ When logged into your server as root, you can install any  Full Article…

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How to completely remove/disable cPanellogd

  If  the server has a few domains hosted in it and it doesn’t have much resources allocated, then it is not much required to run cpanellogd and we can go ahead and disable it in server. ♦ First step is to create the following file, it should disable cpanellogd: ♦ touch /etc/cpanellogddisable Now kill  Full Article…

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Disk Space usage of Email showing wrong in Cpanel

  In some cases the cPanel disk space consumption will not show correctly either due to the cPanel configuration issue or due to any mess up happened while running the default cPanel scripts to check and update the disk space usage of all the cPanel accounts. Here I have described two methods to fix this  Full Article…

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Check the PHP Handler in cPanel server.

You may know  how to check the PHP Handler which is running in cPanel server via WHM(Login to WHM>>Configure PHP and suEXEC) But you can also find the PHP Handler in your server via shell by running the below shown cPanel default script. /usr/local/cpanel/bin/rebuild_phpconf –current Eg: Available handlers: suphp dso cgi none DEFAULT PHP: 5  Full Article…

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Custom php.ini in fastCGI server.

While the PHP handler running in cPanel server is FastCGI, enabling custom php.ini for a user is being described here. If the PHP handler running in server is suPHP, then simply it is required to copy php.ini from its location to either in user’s home directory or in document root(/home/$user/public_html) and then change the owner  Full Article…

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