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If you're like us, you'll want your server's timezone to match your local time to make log management easier. Fortunately, this is easy to do! This guide works perfectly on servers running CentOS...

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smartctl can be used for checking the health of your drives (i.e. HDDs, SSDs) and providing general information and statistics such as the firmware version, serial number, power-on hours and so on....

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You may find yourself in the situation where by you need to move an email account from one server to another, and there are a few ways this can be achieved, with varying levels of complexity.The...

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Ever wanted to easily and quickly dispose of error_log and/or <domain>.php.error.log files on your cPanel server? Fortunately, there's a way to do just that!find /home/* -path /home/virtfs...

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There is currently no way to delete a custom EasyApache 4 profile via WHM. Fortunately, they're easy enough to remove via SSH by navigating to the /etc/cpanel/ea4/profiles/custom/ directory where...

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The usual method to disable services and prevent them from automatically restarting is via WHM --> Service Manager, however, if, for whatever reason, you do not have access to WHM, there is...

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You may have come across a time where there's higher than usual resource usage, and you're trying to pinpoint the cause. Sometimes that can be tricky, though, with the below command, you can...

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You may see a process running and wonder exactly where it's running from. Fortunately, there's a way to find out!Let's say, for instance, the process is as follows:# ps aux | grep perl | tail...

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This nifty command allows you to built up a list of the largest files and directories:FS='/';clear;date;df -h $FS; echo "Largest Directories:"; du -hcx –max-depth=2 $FS 2>/dev/null | grep [0-9]G...

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Strace is a Linux command that allows you to follow what a process on your server is doing. Let's say process 351711 has been running for an extended period, and you're wondering if it's doing...

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The installation commands are as follows:yum -y install libpcap libpcap-devel ncurses ncurses-devel gcccd /rootwget http://www.ex-parrot.com/pdw/iftop/download/iftop-0.17.tar.gztar -zxvf...

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If your server is running cPanel/WHM, simply execute the below commands via SSH (as root):wget http://www.litespeedtech.com/packages/cpanel/lsws_whm_plugin_install.shsh...

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Currently, there is no built in way to update the hostmaster email address for every DNS zone on the server with cPanel/WHM provided tools/scripts. There is, however, a way to change the email...

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Ever found yourself in the position where there are hundreds, or perhaps, thousands of emails sitting in your Exim queue? Fortunately, there's a quick and easy way to find where they're originating...

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You may be familiar with ClamAV and Maldet (aka Linux Malware Detect). They're widely known as two excellent choices for identifying malware. What you may not realize, however, is that they can be...

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Speedtest.net, typically used on desktop PCs is also available for Linux systems. Here’s what you need to do: wget -O speedtest-cli...

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Some Linux distributions, such as CentOS 7, will display a statistic upon logging in via SSH to alert you if there have been any failed login attempts: There were 51 failed login attempts since...

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On cPanel servers, you may come across the process /usr/local/cpanel/bin/mysqluserstore/usr/local/cpanel/bin/mysqluserstore creates and updates the /var/cpanel/databases/users.db and...

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On a cPanel system with cPHulk, you may run into an error like so: (XID e22d2d) The “cphulkd” service failed because it cannot find the “/var/run/cphulkd_db.sock” socket. The subprocess...

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When trying to restart Apache, you may be presented with an error message as follows: (2)No such file or directory: AH02297: Cannot access directory '/etc/apache2/logs/domlogs/' for log file...

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You may experience an error message that looks like this while trying to change your password using the passwd command: passwd: Authentication token manipulation error One of the most common...

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