Before You Start Before you start to install cPanel on your server, make sure the server and its operating system is compatible with the minimum requirements. The operating system must be configured properly before you start. It is recommend that cPanel and WHM are installed on a newly installed operating system. Access Your Server You ..
Your DNS cache stores the locations (IP addresses) of web servers that contain web pages which you have recently viewed. If the location of the web server changes before the entry in your DNS cache updates, you can no longer access the site. If you encounter a large number of HTML 404 error codes, you may ..
Backing up your website and hosting account is very necessary for your business to survive on Internet. You must backup all of your data regularly at least once a week, whether it is a small or large business. cPanel provides some great ready made scripts which will help you make your tasks more easy. Commands ..
WordPress is the most popular Content Management System (CMA) from blogging. This popularity makes WordPress a perfect target for hackers. The most common attack faced by a WordPress site is XML-RPC attack. Recognizing an XML-RPC Attack 1) Randomly “Error establishing database connection” error is displaying on the WordPress site. 2) “Out of memory” or/and (Full ..
If you wish to create a cPanel account, please follow the instructions below: Step 1. Log in to WHM. Step 2. Click on the ‘Account Functions’ icon. Step 3. Click on ‘ Create a New Account’ icon. Step 4. Enter the domain name that will be used for this account. Step 5. The username will ..
Different web servers implement different techniques for handling incoming HTTP requests in parallel. A pretty popular technique is using threads — that is, the web server will create/dedicate a single thread for each incoming request. The Apache HTTP web server supports multiple models for handling requests, one of which (called the worker MPM) uses threads. ..