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How to Modify Disk Quotas in Virtualmin

Disk quotas are a great way to ensure that everyone is getting their fair share of available disk space on a server. This function is especially helpful in a shared server environment or any server that has multiple users. A disk quota is essentially a limit that a server administrator can set that restricts specific…

Check Disk Quotas in Virtualmin

The focus of this article is to show you how to check active disk quotas that may be in place in Virtualmin. This article implies that you have already installed Virtualmin, if you have not done so yet please take a look at the following article: How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7). Determining how much…

How to Access and View AWStats Report (VirtualMin)

Having access to in depth statistical information regarding various aspects of your website can be a very important part of ensuring that your site is constantly growing in the right direction. This is where a tool like AWStats comes into play, and after you see all of the information that it can report, you’ll be…

Virtualmin Account Types

With Virtualmin being a free and open source control panel, you might expect it to be lacking in features or overall usability. That is not the case and Virtualmin offers much of the same (or better) functionality and features as other control panels. One aspect where this is clearly evident is the account types that…

Virtualmin Virtual Server Types

The Virtualmin control panel uses Virtual servers as a way to add new domains and subdomains to your server. Think of each virtual server as its own separate account with privileges to generally only access items or settings that are related to that account. Let’s take a look at the different types of virtual servers…

How To Keep Your Virtualmin Server Up-To-Date

Keeping your server up-to-date can be a crucial part of ensuring that you have access to the most recent software updates and security patches. Typically in a Linux server environment, you’d use your distro’s package manager via the Linux shell (command line) interface to execute updates. However, with Virtualmin, you can keep your server up…

Restrict Webmin access by IP

Security is a very important aspect of managing a server and ensuring that only very specific authorized users have access to your server can be a key element to your server’s security. There are a few ways to limit who has access to your server however one of the most effective way to achieve this…

How to Install Packages Using Virtualmin

Typically to install software in a Linux based environment you’d do so using the package manager for that Linux distro from within the Linux shell (command line). If this sounds like something you’d be interested in we have covered this topic for both Ubuntu 14.04 and CentOS 7 in the following two articles:   How…

How to Change the Virtualmin Listening Port

A server administrator’s worst fear is some malicious entity gaining access to a server that you control. Luckily there are steps that you can take to secure your server. One of the steps that you can take is to change your Virtualmin listening port so that it’s not using the standard port 10000. This can…

How to Update All Installed Packages Using Virtualmin

Ensuring that the packages on your server are up to date is a typical but important administrative task. With Virtualmin, not only can you ensure that your Virtualmin related packages are up to date using the Virtualmin Package Update module, but you can also update all of your non Virtualmin packages as well. This is…

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