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Creating An Apache Web Server On Your Linux VPS

…step is to open your browser and type in: http://YourServerIPAddress If you at not sure how to find your server’s IP Address, this guide may be helpful: https://www.hostwinds.com/guide/how-to-find-your-vps-ip-address/ If your installation has gone well, you should see your HTML homepage. Configuring Apache Web Server You will want to add your files including your default index.html here: /var/www/html The Apache configuration files are in this directory: /etc/httpd/conf/ On Debian based systems such as Ubuntu, you would find it in this file: /etc/apache2/apache2.conf Related Articles Viewing Apache Server Status In WHM How To Create A Custom Landing Page Using HTML And CSS…

How to Install and Configure Fail2ban (Linux VPS)

…definition under [DEFAULT]. This means that the [apache-auth] jail can use the [DEFAULT] bantime, findtime, and maxretry, while each of these can be re-defined under the [sshd] jail. *Important note: By default, the enabled option under [DEFAULT] is set to false. This means all jails are disabled by default. Jails should be individually enabled by defining the enabled option in the specific jail: enabled = true Related Articles How To Stay Informed About Breaking Security Updates Or Patches How To Run Malware Scan On Linux Firewalls Management WHM Security Checklist/Best Practices Related Resources You can find the details of other…

How To Choose cPanel Theme (Style)

The Style section lets you choose which cPanel theme you’d like to use. This is simply a way for you to pick what your dashboard looks like. cPanel’s current default theme is called Basic. If you’re interested in using the older version of the theme, you can switch back to Retro.   cPanel Theme/Style Selection To change your theme either scroll down to the Preferences section or simply use the drop down at the top of the page (where your username is) as shown here:     Next, select Change Style     Related Articles cPanel and WHM Overview A…

Reinstall Operating System From Cloud Portal

…this action. First: Navigate to your server in your Cloud Control Portal, click the Actions drop-down, and select Reinstall in the upper right side of the page under the Create button. Second: Select the Operating Systems tab, and all the Operating System images we have available for installation will be displayed. Third: Select the Operating System and any available versions using the drop down arrow that you would like to reinstall on your server and then click Confirm at the bottom of the page Choose from any of these Operating Systems: CentOS 7 CentOS 6 cPanel / WHM – CentOS…

What Is The Maximum CPU Load For Your Cloud/Dedicated Servers?

…of processing power and may be the reason for a crash.  Example of the processor crashing is if your code, for a website, had an infinite loop running.  You can check your CPU Load with the “top” command, or within a WHM instance if you have the provided license. Ram Load:  Random-access memory (RAM) is a form of computer data storage that stores data and machine code currently being used on your machine. A random-access memory device allows data items to be read or written in almost the same amount of time beside that of the physical location of data inside the memory.  RAM can…

Increase Concurrent Transfers Limits (FileZilla FTP Client)

…for more concurrent transfers, uploading multiple files should take much less time. However, if you are only uploading a single zipped file, this change may not affect the overall upload time. Hostwinds Shared and Business Web Hosting clients should limit this to eight or under to prevent FTP connection issues. If there are more than one account from your network’s IP Address connecting, this should be four or less per computer that is using FTP. Helpful Related Articles Increase Maximum Number Of Simultaneous Connections In cPanel/WHM Optimal Filezilla Settings FTP Configuration Files In cPanel How To Reset FTP Account Passwords…

How Do I Do Full Backups In cPanel

This article is intended for those who have our older shared hosting services, who will have Backup and Backup Wizard available in their cPanel applications or for VPS / Cloud and Dedicated server clients who have root access and full control over WHM’s features that are enabled. New shared and business shared services will NOT have these features available to them, and would need to purchase Shared Cloud Backups. For further information about our Cloud Backups with shared services, please review: Order Shared Backups. How Do I Make A Full Backup of my Site on cPanel? To create full backups…

S3 Browser & Alternatives (Cloud Backups)

…above options should give a good variation, that will work in a variety of situations, but may not end up being the best one for you. So don’t be afraid to try other S3 browsers and give them a chance. All that you need to be able to connect to them would be the option to use S3 storage, End Point/Hostname, the Access Key, and the Secret Key. Related Articles Web Hosting Cloud Backups VPS & Dedicated Server Cloud Backups How To Use Object Storage To Host Files Management of Shared Backups Configuring WHM Automatic Backups Performing Restorations with Restic…

How to Install OpenLitespeed Web Server (Ubuntu 18.04)

…enter preferred name> Please specify the administrator’s password. This is the password required to login the administration Web interface. Password: Retype password: Administrator’s username/password is updated successfully! ——————————————————————————————– 8 – Start OpenLiteSpeed web server sudo /usr/local/lsws/bin/lswsctrl start or sudo /etc/init.d/lsws start 9 – Welcome page is at http://<your-IP>:8088 OR http://<your-domain>:8088 10 – ADMIN page is at http://<your-IP>:7080 OR http://<your-domain>:7080 Related Articles How to Order and Activate Softaculous for a cPanel/WHM Server Cockpit Overview (CentOS 8)(pes in a new browser tab) Best Web Hosting Services For You (Hostwinds Ultimate Guide)(Opens in a new browser tab) Install Docker (Debian Based Operating System)…